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The Wave: Banned in China?

8/5/2008 00:00 AM EDT
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re: The Wave: Banned in China?
echokou   8/7/2008 1:36:10 AM
Is this article a criticism to China government? I think whether Memsic have this chance to make herself a blockbuster, Memsic will succeed as long as she has good technology to make the world better. As a Chinese guy, I understand government's worries. and I hope we can avoid talking about politics here.

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