A search for “what’s going to happen in China” yields a variety of results that range from the mundane to the bizarre.
One such result is a list of foreign search engines listed on the site, which appears to be a search engine for the search engine that’s being used by Google in China.
Another, this time for the English-language version of Google News, leads to an article called “What to do if you are stranded in China and need to get a plane ticket.”
Google’s search for what to do in China is, of course, just one of the many searches that Google makes in China, and Google News itself is just one example of the vast array of search queries that Google is making in China (and that it has also been making for some time).
In an interview with Reuters in December 2017, then-Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company had built an “intelligence network” to help the Chinese government “identify and block foreign interference.”