Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

Chinese New Year 2011: Google’s Year of the Rabbit Doodle


Today is the Chinese New Year. In celebration, Hong Kong posted a new Doodle to usher in the Year of the Rabbit.


Supposedly, the Year of the Rabbit should be a quiet, more peaceful year.

Guess we’ll see if that’s true for Google in China this year, a year after suffering a cyber attack, censorship battles, disputes with ad resellers, and lost search market share to China’s top search engine Baidu.

Also see: Year Of Rabbit Proving Big Real Time Search Ad Play

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