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Can’t Access The Websites You Really Want From China? February 1th, 2018 Bitcoin carte bleue Lunar New Year, everyone!
And also here’s a drawing of a Monkey. Happy to report that the service has been consistent for us as well. March 20th, 2017: More thoughts from users on the ground in China about ExpressVPN as seen on Twitter and Facebook! Here’s another testimonial that a user from Beijing posted to ExpressVPN’s Facebook page. February 10th, 2017: As you know, in recent months the Chinese government has become increasingly draconian in controlling the Chinese Internet. We’ve searched far and wide and tried every VPN provider out there, including Astrill, StrongVPN, VyprVPN, and more.
And with that: Happy Lunar New Year, everybody! Hopefully in the Year of the Ram the GFW situation in China will get better. Living in China can be pretty awesome. The people, the language, the culture, the history, the food – all of these make China a great place to live or visit. Aside from the pollution, many of us have to battle the excruciatingly slow, blocked Internet just to get stuff done every day. We have an app for you!
It’s hard to stay in touch with people. Social apps blocked in China include Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. And impossible to stay up-to-date with international news. New York Times, Bloomberg, Bloomberg Businessweek, Google News, and all blogs on wordpress.