China and Hong Kong on Instagram – Instagram has been blocked in China since Sunday. The left picture shows Instagram in China with a message stating that the feed cannot be refreshed. The right side shows an Instagram search page in Hong Kong, which shows overtly political images related to the protests.
Weibo in China and Twitter in Hong Kong – China's microblogging site, Sina Weibo does not allow for the search of the term "Hong Kong student." The Weibo results shown below are not related to the Hong Kong protest or students' movement. The right picture shows the results on Twitter for the same search term, "Hong Kong student."
Baidu in China and Google in Hong Kong – Pictured left, is Baidu, China's biggest search engine. A search for the term "Occupy Central" brings blocked results and headlines with a pro-China slant. One of the headlines reads: "Occupy Central is destructive to the rule of law, social peace and stability." In comparison, searching for the same term on Google in Hong Kong, shows news of the Occupy Central demonstrations.
Sogou in China and Yahoo in Hong Kong – Searching "Hong Kong protest" in the Chinese search engine Sogou (left) shows that most of the results are about the protest's impact on the economy and how it is affecting mainland Chinese tourists. Meanwhile, the Yahoo news search in Hong Kong shows more results about the protests. Yahoo and Google are the top search engines in Hong Kong.