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Old 30th March 2006, 06:29 PM
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Re: Virtually 100% of type-in traffic for Chinese domains is from China.

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The taxes will have to be paid by SC because they are importing the service from overseas, if i'm not mistaken.

I think China does have an image problem in America - i think that's the issue.

Many things have changed over the past 5 years, even Chinese expatriates that left the country for a few years do not have the full picture. All these epoche times, etc, you know, very misleading.
1. When you compare companies, don't compare it with Google, Google is too big. But even Google has to do things quietly. Google never had any problem sharing the same ICP license with Ganji.com before, but after Google set up google.cn, too much publicity almost got Google in trouble.

2. When you selling ordinary goods in China, you won't see a lot of problem. But if you do ads, news, internet this kind of sensitive business, you better be very careful.

3. You have done business in China, so you think we from America don't know China good enough? Sorry you're wrong. I set up my company in China since 1998.
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Old 30th March 2006, 06:37 PM
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Re: Virtually 100% of type-in traffic for Chinese domains is from China.

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1. When you compare companies, don't compare it with Google, Google i too big. But even Google has to do things quietly. Google never had any problem sharing the same ICP license with Ganji.com, but after Google set up google.cn, too much publicity almost got Google in trouble.

2. When you selling ordinary goods in China, you won't see a lot of problem. But if you do ads, news, internet this kind of sensitive business, you better be very careful.

3. You have done business in China, so you think we from America don't know China good enough? Sorry you're wrong. I set up my company in China since 1998.

I just feel there's a lot of prejudice - that's why my reaction - especially that guy nameslave from DNF.

So far, i've never had any trouble with laws in china unless the service or goods sold have banned content like politics, religion and adult.

I've even had my email server and phone accounts blocked because of banned content - we just got to call the ISP or phone company and in a week, everything is restored.

If you got a company in China, you can just apply the service as a Chinese company, get paid directly via bank transfer to a chinese bank account, and you won't face this problem?

Anyway, we're getting out of topic, let's close this case.

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I just feel there's a lot of prejudice - that's why my reaction - especially that guy nameslave from DNF.

So far, i've never had any trouble with laws in china unless the service or goods sold have banned content like politics, religion and adult.

I've even had my email server and phone accounts blocked because of banned content - we just got to call the ISP or phone company and in a week, everything is restored.

If you got a company in China, you can just apply the service as a Chinese company, get paid directly via bank transfer to a chinese bank account, and you won't face this problem?
They sent money to my bank account in China since I started.
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Re: Virtually 100% of type-in traffic for Chinese domains is from China.

Ok, case closed, getting out of topic - this thread is meant only to highlight the fact that chinese domains get mostly china traffic. Let's move on. Thks.

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Re: Virtually 100% of type-in traffic for Chinese domains is from China.

>the foreigners will have to figure out how to expatriate the money himself

The way I hear it, with what's due to happen to the USD, you might be better off leaving it in the bank in China. :^)
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