Evidently, WordPress is blocked in China. But….this weekend I finally set up a work around. Talk about feeling the need for Net Neutrality in the West!
So, my apologies to everyone who didn’t see my comments on their blogs or see me posting here for the last two/three weeks. I’m back. Job is high pressure right now and Knyght and I are experiencing culture shock on a massive level, (from Knyght’s end, but partners feel the back lash). So, I might not be a erudite as I would like. But….this will all pass. So excited for the new job and all these things will pass leaving a better future and actual income to pay for things like editing other nice things that make up a kicking off a proper writing career.
So, here’s just a quick note and you should be seeing me around. Thank you for your patience!
Can’t wait to read more about your adventures. Good luck with everything ❤
I feel like I missed something. Are you in China now? Or back in California? Either way, good that you’re back online.
In China now, working, and sometimes severely restricted on time! Had lots of trouble with internet for a while.
I find your posts fascinating, so I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. I put the nomination up on my author FB, but there are better rules on the original website. 😀
Author FB: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorShannonAThompson
Original Website: http://samannelizabeth.wordpress.com/2014/07/07/you-are-welcome-for-the-inspiration/
Thanks Shannon! I’m a little behind on blogging a bit, China’s firewall and a new job, but I will take a look at this. Thanks!
I wonder why it would be blocked over there?
Control of information. At some point, someone must have used wordpress to post unflattering things about the country.
Wow. I thought that just happened in North Korea! Interesting.
Oh really? I resumed my Chinese lessons with my Chinese teacher from Shanghai. I knew that Google and FB are blocked. WordPress also?
Not all word press sites, just the ones with wordpress in the url, but I couldn’t log into wordpress to comment. Good luck with the Chinese lessons!
Good to hear from you. China, wow! I get stressed out when I have to travel a couple of hours down the road for work. Must be a heck of a change, but also a great experience. Good to hear from you and glad it’s all going so well.
Thanks! Bit of a judge for the hubby, Knyght, but I’ve lived here twice before, so more like picking up how to ride a bicycle again. Quite different from the west though!