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What are some Chinese/Asian photo sharing websites similar to Flickr? I want to upload some of my photos to one ow two of these websites with Chinese description and share with Chinese/Asian friends.

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i live in shanghai and it seems most use weibo or google plus. – shayne Jul 23 '12 at 1:38
Weibo and Google+ are legit analogues to Twitter, not Flickr. – user6076 Jul 23 '12 at 1:47
Google+ is absorbing Picassa and as such is in the same sort of space. – mattdm Jul 23 '12 at 2:10
Can I if there is a reason why you do not want to use flickr? To understand what you are looking for. They support using non-latin characters and when I was recently traveling in Asia I met many fellow photographing backpackers and locals using flickr. – Alendri Aug 12 '12 at 22:08
@Alendri - Flickr's CDN is regularly blocked in China. You can browse the site's UI but the actual photos rarely if ever load. 500px, however, is accessible. – Andrew Heath Jan 31 '13 at 10:36

You can try if you can read Chinese, or with aid from Google Translate.

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Look to see what website in Hong Kong uses. China seems to block content with its Great Firewall, sometimes at random and changes policies almost daily.

If you can find a photo sharing site in Hong Kong, you most likely will not get blocked and the images would be accessible worldwide.

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