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  1. Bing Denies Censoring Search Results, Blames 'Glitch'

    In the most high-profile spat with China, Google moved its Chinese operations to Hong Kong in 2010 following a series of cyber attacks that were believed to be politically motivated. First, Bing does not apply China's legal requirements to searches...

  2. Google Search in Mainland China Now Shows Censorship Warnings

    Users in mainland China can still search using Google Hong Kong. Likewise, searching for [周] (Zhōu, another common surname that also means “week”) triggers an error message, so including this character in other searches—like [周杰伦] (Jay Chou, the...

  3. Chinese New Year 2012: Google & Search Engines Welcome Year of the Dragon

    In Asia, the Doodle is featured on Google sites in Hong Kong, Taiwan, China and Korea. Baidu, China’s top search engine, has created a logo on its homepage to celebrate the year of the dragon. If you click on the dragon image, it leads users to...

  4. Asia Search Update: Yahoo Algo Transition Goes to India, Google Eyes Southeast Asia

    It is unclear how Yahoo’s algorithm transition will impact organic search results for Chinese speaking cities such as Hong Kong and Taiwan where Yahoo search continues to dominate. Google Analytics Faces Big Challenges in China