Google China’s Project Dragonfly: A Summary and Why It Deserves a Second Chance

In 2010, four years after the launch of, Google’s search engine was pulled out of the communist nation. This come after controversies over censorship of search results and reports of government-led cyberattacks; the company was also struggling to compete against local competitor Baidu, which had over 60% of the Chinese market and was abiding by the rules set upon by the State Council.

I have decided to move my content to a stand-alone website. Read the rest of this article at DiscoverChina


Hi all! I’m a freelance writer based in Singapore. I write about the latest tech happenings in the various industries as well as commentary on China. I also welcome any job opportunities that arises. Email me at

All donations will go towards paying off my student loan debt !!! ERC-20 token: 0xC70A50348efa21caD9046407d168e656bD11a0f0