I have wondered on many occasions: Do the people in China have access to WordPress?
My blog might be considered radical by the Chinese government, because I promote freedom of thought and freedom of expression.
I dislike the idea of a body of people who dictate what their citizens shouldn’t view or what they think that their citizens should see over the internet.
Those of us who live in the Western hemisphere may not have the issue of our internet being censored. But, our internet activities are monitored by our country’s intelligence agencies.
I am also curious to see what the internet is going to evolve into; hopefully, it might turn out to be an enjoyable experience for all.
Also, I don’t expect China to continue depriving its citizens of full access to the internet forever. A change of government and new governmental policies may include freedom of information.