"When Danny Ho returns from a short lunch on a blistery winter
day in the Pudong district of Shanghai, China, he throws down
layers of clothing on the floor and shakes the mouse on his
workstation. In a moment, a GNOME login window pops up. After a few
keystrokes, Ho, a bank manager, is staring at a Linux desktop and
dozens of new emails waiting to be opened.
"Linux is quickly becoming a familiar sight on desktops across
China, where many influences have led the government to strongly
push Linux as its preferred operating system..."
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