I was testing Google.cn, Google's new portal with servers in China. Searches, such after "the communist party" or, perhaps not so surprising, "faluñ goñg", will turn up a little message at the bottom of the page:
据当地法律法规和政策，部分搜索结果未予显示。Censorship in practice. In China though, just letting people know that the information is being censored is a kind of progress. "Don't do evil", sort of.
In accordance with local laws and policy a part of the search result is omitted
Unfortunately searching 芙蓉姐姐 does NOT turn up any disclaimer. I mean, WHERE is the censorship when you really need it!! She seems to have gotten pretty desperate recently. Maybe it is because of the competition for internet fame. For those of you who don't know this very famous blog (atleast last spring it was...), go check it out! Keep the Sister Hibiscus hype alive!
That link ('desperate') to pictures of the half naked hibiscus is not working anymore... Maybe the censorship actually do work.