Many in the U.S., both in government and in the corporate world have the idea that if we do business with a corrupt government, then we'll reform them.
It hasn't worked out that way in China. It seems the opposite happens, and the government corrupts you.
Monday, September 27, 2004
Google's news service in China doesn't give the whole story
As mentioned on CNN's website, Google has bowed to pressure from the Chinese government and doesn't include results from news sites that are censored by the PRC. Simon Thomas from The Epoch Times, one of the online papers banned by China, has commented on this turn of events. As he puts it,