Google's China Odyssey

Google started slow in China, but had made real inroads on local search engines before the current controversy and Google's threat to leave the country. The following excerpt is adapted from "Red Wired: China's Internet Revolution," by Sherman So, formerly lead technology writer for the South China Morning Post, and her colleague, Christopher J. Westland, a professor at the University of Illinois, Chicago. See Ms. So's previous article,

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