|PC Screen of College Student in Harbin, Heilongjiang|
Here is my series of posts at James Fallows' blog: "Google, China, and Chinese College Students" Part I, Part II, Part III
As I wrote on Fallows' blog, I think it is an intriguing topic which crosses Chinese culture, politics, and technology. The situation is certainly broader than what I covered and there is much more to say (for example, additional reasons Google may have lost ground to Baidu), but I think what I shared helps provide a further understanding of the situation.
I'll probably say more on the topic later as I receive comments on the piece. It's a story with many threads and, like many issues in China, I look forward to evolving my understanding of the situation.
[Added note: Clarifications and additional thoughts for the above series of posts can be found here and here. A condensed version of the above focusing on the impact of Hillary Clinton's speech can be found here.]