Chapter Nine Part Four: Check If A Site Is Blocked In China With WebSitePulse

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The previous 3 ways mentioned are certainly available for you to check if a site is blocked in China or not.

Besides, you can also check out the WebSitePulse website, which offers a test tool — Website Test behind the Great Firewall of China — for you to check if your site is blocked in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou or Hong Kong.

WebSitePulse

With the test tool, you can enter your site's domain, choose one of the supported Chinese locations as mentioned before, select Seattle (USA), Munich (Germany) or Brisbane (Australia) as a foreign test location, and click the "Perform Test" button, then you can get the result page, such as what you can see from the following screenshot:

Is your site blocked in China?

On the result page, if there is a red "Failed" message on the left and a green "OK" on the right, then your site is blocked in the Chinese location you choose; and if there is no red message, then your site is not blocked in that location.

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