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Source link: http://archive.mises.org/5840/chinese-wikipedia-edition-mises-institute/

Chinese Wikipedia Edition: Mises Institute

November 2, 2006 by

Edit it if you spot inaccuracies.

{ 11 comments }

Rob Lowe November 2, 2006 at 2:59 pm

Ha, I have to wonder if this was not intended for the non-Chinese-as-a-second-language crew, or if it is just a joke.

Mark Brabson November 2, 2006 at 3:02 pm

Translated out of the Chinese:

“Research institute’s maximTu ne cede malis sed contra audentior itocame since old times the Roman poetslucky â–¡â–¡, meaning: “Do not have to evilly to lower the head, but is must a braver continuation and it resistance.” Mi Saissu long ago chose this speech to take his life the motto.”

Nope, no problem at all with the page, everything is perfect. :)

On a more serious note, I hope the page was posted and edited by a native writer and speaker of Chinese. Otherwise, the Chinese audience may end up getting some funky translations.

Matt November 2, 2006 at 3:31 pm

I notice the characters on page are traditional, meaning it was probably posted by a Hong Konger, Taiwanese, or overseas Chinese.

H. Galley November 3, 2006 at 7:27 am

Haha. You do know Wikipedia is banned in China, right? I heard there are ways around it but I haven’t found out yet.

Matt November 3, 2006 at 9:41 am

It became unblocked in China two weeks ago, and has remained so. Could change at anytime.

Mark Brabson November 3, 2006 at 1:33 pm

You can get around domain and IP blocking fairly easily, especially if you have an oversea’s shell account. Essentially, you can “bounce” off another computer overseas and totally evade the filters.

H. Galley November 4, 2006 at 5:03 am

Well, I am in China and it is still blocked for me. I do know that it is not blocked in Hong Kong.

Mark Brabson November 5, 2006 at 7:29 pm

Purchase a shell account at one of the many providers on the internet. They can be obtained for as little as $10.00 U.S. Dollars a month. You telnet to the shell and then browse from the shell. If you are sophisticated enough, you can set up a program within the shell to directly bounce to the desired sites.

Lecter December 1, 2006 at 11:52 pm

Hello, i am the translater of that chinese article:)

Yes, i am a native chinese speaker from taiwan, and i have translated dozens of other english articles into chinese edition as well, so it should at least be readable for chinese users, i supposed.

I am very interesting in austrian economics, if you know other articles (in english wikipedia) good enough for translation, please tell me, thanks!

http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Lecter – my user page at chinese wikipedia.

Chris Brunner March 20, 2008 at 2:06 am

Mark,

Anyone can get a shell account for free at http://www.silenceisdefeat.org/ (instant activation is $1). Many of the users are Chinese citizens who use it to bypass the national firewall.

In addition to browsing through the SSH session, you can setup a SOCKS proxy and use your standard web browser (Firefox or IE). The support channel (linked to at the bottom of the homepage) can assist with setting this up.

Jeff May 25, 2009 at 11:59 pm

I spent a lot of research on this and the winner is http://www.freedur.com. It beats lame proxify.net site – I can open any site through freedur.
I watch Youtube videos at work ! They have a portable version – I put it on my USB stick. Nothing to install – just run it and it jsut works.
Super easy proxy solution for me.

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