Things That Are Banned in China

Things That Are Banned in China

GoogleChinese people can not do “Google” while opposing people from other countries “while facing a dilemma or conundrum”. In addition, Google, especially YouTube and Gmail and other products related to Google+ have also been blocked in China.

FaceBookAccording to CNN, Chinese officials blocked Facebook from 2009, possibly due to the riots in July that year between the ethnic minority Uighur population and Han Chinese in the North-West Xinjiang region of the country.

TwitterLike Facebook, in 2009, Twitter has landed itself a seat on the long list of censor websites in China.According to the BBC Broadcasting Corporation BBC, at the end of 2010, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said that by the end of 2009 there were 41 percent, or 1.3 million, less accessible websites than the figures. Sites, like blocked in China, allow curious Internet users outside China to check whether the website is blocked in China in real time or not.

Brad Pitt Famous American Brad Pitt was formally barred from China after his performance in the film Seven Years in Tibet as the Dalai Lama’s Austrian tutor in 1997.

“The Big Bang Theory”In April 2014, according to a report by China State Administration of Press, Publishing, Radio, Film and Television, “The Big Bang Theory,” “The Good Wife,” “NCIS” and “The Practice” removed from online video streaming websites Given from the Global Times. Fans of these shows expressed disrespect as the show did not seem to be distracted, violent, or illegal material.