Maria Esther Chia / rage new alternative sites that denounce corruption in China. They are inspired by a popular Indian portal of similar name which carries a year in operation. They received 5 million hits in one day, although to some it is impossible to access already. Its great weakness: unable to verify the information. How to check if a web is censored in China? The problem of corruption in China and the lack of response by local authorities have motivated the creation of web sites among Chinese Internet users called paid a bribe as an alternative way to fight against the purchase of the authorities and other acts of Government abuse. Inspired by a popular Indian portal of similar name which carries a year running (ipaidabribe), the portals Wo xinghuiliao, Wo xinghuila and Wo xinghuile (all mean paid a bribe in mandarin) were opened as a complaint against corruption window.
As told Wo site creator xinghuiliao, Xiao Xiaosheng, who said not to be afraid of your pages be closed (currently not working) since a day after his opening these recorded 5 million visits and views on cases of bribery in the country. Xiao also pointed out that this initiative responds to a need for the Chinese people and taking the example of the portal born in India, where the Government uses it to uncover and combat corruption. If they are closed, there will be new websites that may arise, account Xiaosheng, which builds on the success of these sites. The creator of Wo xinghuiliao explained that their portals do not violate individual privacy of its users, and that if either cannot be verify posted information or prevent false rumors or slanders, confident that they will help government departments involved in the cases. In addition Xiao recalled that in the past has ever been used Internet as a way to resolve cases of corruption and that many Chinese Internet users helped, through forums and web pages, collect information, so it expects the Chinese Government because its initiative to support them is serious and sincere.