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Ok, here's my story:
I go over to the Beijing site, thinking it looks pretty cool, but then one of those blankedy-blank fluttering little ads starts up, and it flutters all over the screen, about 15 seconds to wander-flutter over the the opposite side, and then it starts meandering back to the other side -- usually in front of whatever I want to read. Maybe the Chinese can focus on other things on the site when that is going on, but not me.

I've run into these persistant ads on other China websites, and I've never figured out how to shut them down. A right-click on them does not give you a CLOSE option, unfortunately, and a left-click opens them.

Anybody have any ideas?
OR, check it out for yourself, and see if you can shut it down.
Perhaps I mean "SHOOT it down." Where is a hand-grenade when you need one?

Here's the link:
http://www.ebeijing.gov.cn

Thanks,
Larry
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