Friday, 2 March 2007

Available In China?

Dominican Idaho identified the following site which can check whether your blog or website is blocked in China...

...Mulier Fortis is, unfortunately, not considered to be capable of corrupting the People's Republic! Check out your own site HERE.

13 comments:

Ma Beck said...

The WardWideWeb is hereby certified to be completely capable of further corrupting the Red Commies of the Peoples' Republic.
Sweet.

Esther said...

My DS just check the Vatican's website and they too are available...hmmmm

Simon-Peter said...

I have a secret weapon in my banner and several down the right hand side.

They can't touch me. Bad luck.

dadwithnoisykids said...

Scorpion Stalking Duck is available to the Chinese people! Now you can relax.

Fr Ray Blake said...

I've checked out my site, sad, it is available!
Any thoughts on how to get to banned? I though running something on the persecution of the Church in Hebei, see Asia News, might have done it, but no!

Mark said...

My blog seems available, as does my old website.

They don't seem to realise I used to run the Edinburgh University Tibet Society...

Kasia said...

Sadly, I too am available. And I even took a couple of specific digs at them around New Year's!

Ma Beck said...

I believe the reason mine may not be available is because I have previously blogged on China, Chinese adoption, and the Chinese political system.
That's all I can guess - other than that, it's a standard Catholic blog.

Anita Moore said...

I'm available in China, even in spite of this and this.

Fr John Boyle said...

Available!

Brendan Allen said...

Me too! I'm just not dangerous enough!!

Fr John Boyle said...

And an hour later, checking my site meter, I find I've had a visit from Beijing. Coincidence?

Mac McLernon said...

Heheheh... yes, my hit count from China appears to have increased somewhat... all the hat-tips I've received for the site address must have helped a bit... but sadly, I'm still available!!
;-)

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