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Home Activity Slideshow 2017-12-09 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō Practitioner Tsan-hsing, Dr. Sulien Hsieh(謝奕翎), Arbor Memorial

2017-12-09 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō Practitioner Tsan-hsing, Dr. Sulien Hsieh(謝奕翎), Arbor Memorial

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Last Updated ( Monday, 11 December 2017 12:55 )  

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Google’s partial withdrawal from the China market yesterday brought swift condemnation from the government while leaving Chinese Web surfers to wonder whether they would be able to access a new offshore search engine site or be blocked by censors.

Google’s decision to move most of its China-based search functions to Hong Kong opened a new phase in a two-month-long fracas pitting the world’s most powerful Internet company against a government that tightly restricts the Web in the planet’s most populous market.