Searching Google in simplified Chinese

In re: my previous post about searching Google for Tianenmen, a couple people pointed out that in China they don’t use the English spelling of the word, and in fact don’t even use Western character sets. The simplified Chinese version of Tianenmen looks like this: 天安门

(Mainland China except Hong Kong uses the simplified character set.)

So FYI here are the results one would expect to get searching Google for 天安门 in the US vs. China:


Mainland China:

Also, I just found a great (and also disturbing) overview of the differences one gets when searching for “falun gong.”

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