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There are three internet providers in China – China Telecom, China Unicom, and China Mobile – all of which are government-owned and controlled.
These ISPs also provide local and international internet connections for business use.
All Google services are blocked in China, including Google Search, Gmail, Google Translate, Google Drive, Youtube, Google Play Store, Google News, and Google Maps.
International internet is routed to China via Japan, Taiwan, and sometimes Hong Kong.
Internet access became available on and off in China since May 1989 and only became permanent in 20 April 1994, with certain limitations.
Google is partially blocked in China.
Requests from Mainland China to Google Search, whether on google.com or google.cn, are automatically redirected to google.com.hk, which is Google’s Hong Kong servers.
Facebook has been banned in China since 2009. Internet users who wish to access Facebook can do so using a VPN.
Foreigners can use Google in China with a VPN. Otherwise, Google is virtually inaccessible, or has limited access, in China.
YouTube is banned in Mainland China since March 2009. However, YouTube can be still accessed in Hong Kong and Macau or by using a VPN in China.
Amazon is not banned in China. However, Amazon services can be difficult to use in China because Amazon geo-restricts its content.
Amazon content that are available outside of China may not be accessible inside China.
You can use WhatsApp in China with a VPN. This is because WhatsApp has been banned in China since June 2017.
Zoom is not blocked in China. However, since August 2020, the company has stopped selling and upgrading its products directly to customers in Mainland China.
Users in China who are interested in Zoom products can purchase them through one of Zoom’s Chinese partners, Bizconf Communications, Suirui Zhumu Video Conference, or Systec Umeet.
Skype is not blocked in China in 2020. However, you will not find the Skype app on the iOS app market or any of the Android markets (Google Play Store is blocked) once you are in China.
Access to the Skype website using a browser will be redirected to a Chinese website (skype.gmw.cn) where a modified version of Skype that complies with Chinese regulations is offered.
As such, users who are interested in using Skype in China are advised to download the Skype application onto their mobile phones prior to entering China.
Netflix is not yet available in China.
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