Still Counting? 27 More Websites Opened in Xinjiang

According to the Far West China blog, 27 more websites have been made accessible to netizens in Xinjiang, bringing the total number to 31:

You might be getting tired of counting new sites being opened in Xinjiang as “news”. I know I am. If, however, you’re waiting for a single day when Xinjiang will suddenly “turn on the internet”, I have some bad news for you.

I believe China is strategically opening small parts of the internet and making headline news out of each event knowing full-well that the international media’s attention span won’t keep up. We’re already getting bored. 27 more sites are opened in Xinjiang today, 50 more next week…who cares?

Meanwhile the flow of information is being strictly controlled and authorities still take the opportunity to declare a state of freedom on the internet.

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