…I mean, rollerskating street & aggressive sessions in Shanghai with Andres.
This crazy guy from South America has posted his video on YouTube, showing us crazy tricks in Shanghai streets & subway
Including also some good skateboard scenes at SMP skatepark.
I’m once and for all late in publishing all the bike trips pictures on my website… 该加油！！！
So, two months after (it was on March 16th), it’s time for 太湖西山董其昌墓 (Tàihú Xīshān Dǒngqíchāngmù) MTB session report!
"Au menu": pictures, track map, short movie
After more than 3 years living in Shanghai, I’ve recently noticed a fact:
I still don’t speak Shanghainese!
OK啦, I know one word that I occasionally proudly say: "zeiwei", which means "再见".
So, if tonite you wanna go to bed a little bit less stupid (like me!), hereafter are the basics
That’s Shanghai, March 2007
A Pew Internet & American Life Project report indicates that of an overwhelming majority of Chinese people that believed the Internet should be ‘managed or controlled,’ 85% want the government to do this managing. This is resulting from surveys on Internet use over the last seven years in China. ‘The survey findings discussed here, drawn from a broad-based sample of urban Chinese Internet users and non-users alike, indicate a degree of comfort and even approval of the notion that the government authorities should control and manage the content available on the Internet.’ The report goes further into describing the divide in perspective between China and Western Nations on the matter and discusses the PRC’s justifications for Internet control.
My personal opinion is that this survey is about the fact that Chinese Netizens approve that their government make Internet safe (and many Western Governments do it). Concerning real censorship, many Chinese Netizens are not aware of it, simply because 90% of them only visit Chinese websites (which are obviously "regulated").
So we can conclude that they are not aware, but maybe they don’t need to be aware coz they’re not concerned…