Kunming College of Eastern Language and Culture

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  • RegisteredJune 25, 2017
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  • RegisteredJune 25, 2017

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Forums > Living in Kunming > GoKunming feedback...

@alienew & cloudtrapezer

I forgot to emphasize an important point. By implementing above-mentioned search method, only GoK contents are shown in Google results, no other websites.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > GoKunming feedback...

Be that as it may, many cling on to GoK despite its imperfections. Kind of like a marriage, yeah?

Another example. Search one phrase from Napoleon's above (-6) hidden comment by inputting the following on Google:

This summer I couldn't get on Go Kunming while back home. site:gokunming.com

Behold, his paragraph exposed and indexed as the first result.

Method works not just for forums, but site-wide including blog comments.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > GoKunming feedback...

@alienew

The best in-site search method has always been outside, via Google.

Try inputting the following in Google's search engine:

alienew site:gokunming.com

Of course, replace your name with any word(s) your heart desires.

Googlebots are omnipresent in the back end as are similar Chinese Baidu spiders/crawlers.

Which is why mere hiding sensitive comments from prying eyes won't work with algorithms of China's Golden Shield Project.

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Building bridges can be perceived as erecting walls from another perspective.

In the case of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is not in India's best interest. India would much rather Pakistan continue its backward path as an isolated, breeding ground for Islamic extremism. CPEC is the main reason why India has rejected China's Belt and Road Initiative.

With proposed injection of USD10B by Saudi Arabia as the third investor to CPEC, India is in a quandary of being left out from the party.

As an aside, I once bought a paper lantern on a river bank in Xiamen for 10rmb. The seller lent me his light and we lit the lantern. It gradually ascended for a few meters, but the wind carried it into branches of a tree. It got stuck there sideways, and the whole darn thing was set ablaze in the foliage. I turned around and the seller had already vanished. Man he was quick! That was my cue to run away as well.

Moral of the story: Wear sneakers when playing with fire...

also, release the lanterns in an open area.

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