CNET Asia reports:
‘It’s now been nearly a month since a Boxing Day earthquake near Taiwan damaged some of the Internet cables that connect China to the rest of the world. International Web sites are still accessible from China, much in the same way that a magazine at the other end of a football field is technically readable if you have binoculars. You can do it with some patience, but it’s a drag turning the page.’
Found via Imagethief.