SARS Technica: A China Tech Blog
In China, factory workers build the products that you use every day. In China, an environmental crisis and skyrocking population demand innovative solutions in a hurry. In China, web 2.0 has given citizens a voice where government censorship ensured they had no voice before. In China, viral videos are not what you'd expect.
In China, you can copy an iPhone if you put a H in front and call it a HiPhone. That makes it an original right?
So with that spirit in mind, I welcome you to SARS Technica: A blog about how this new China is changing the world while you sleep.
Since Google announced that they would no longer continue to censor in China, pretty much everybody has assumed that they won't be able to remain in the country. That may turn out to be the case. I'm not going to speculate too much on the issue, because there's way more than enough being said already.
In the midst of all that headache, I do want to point out a few humorous tributes to Google that some Chinese netizens have published online.
If you're a regular reader of this blog, you're likely familiar with the unusual phenomenon of inventive Chinese farmers. For some reason, these rural inventors are grabbing more headlines than most Chinese tech companies. Well, here's another distinguished farmer to follow in that tradition.This particular pear producer isn't going to let any economic downturn get the best of his crop sales. His baby buddha pears are selling like hotcakes, and he's doing so well that he now hopes to take them overseas. Check the photos: