An imitation Web site for Google, Goojje, has emerged in China as the country faces off against the real Google over its local operators in Beijing on January 29, 2010. The new Goojje search engines was launched in China after Google announced it would pull out of the country.
The logo of Goojje is a play on Google's Chinese name "Gu Ge", substituting "jie" for, the Chinese word for older sister, for "ge", which means older brother. "Sister was very happy when brother gave up the thought of leaving and stayed for sister," the inscription explanation on the website reads, mocking Google's decision to leave China. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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