Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
CN China, China, Chine, Cina, China
Internet, Internet, Internet, Internet, Internet

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Jingcha, jing cha, Jingjing, Chacha (W3)

Das chinesische Wort für "Polizei" ist "Jingcha". Daraus wurden die Namen für die Internet-Polizisten gebildet. Der männliche heißt "Jingjing", die weibliche heißt "Chacha". Seit Januar 2006 gehen diese beiden auf virtuelle Streife. In der "realen" Welt haben sie anscheinend viele Kollegen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.cuil.com/search?q=Jingcha%2C+Jingjing%2C+Chacha
01.08.2008: 33 results for "Jingcha, Jingjing, Chacha"

(E?)(L?) http://www.cecc.gov/pages/hearings/2006/20060920/xiao.php

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In January 2006, the Shenzhen Public Security Bureau created animated images of a pair of police officers named "Jingjing" and "Chacha", (from "jingcha", or "police".) These images, which appear on websites of Shenzhen City offices and private Shenzhen-based companies, provide links to the Internet police section of the Public Security website. By June, the Chinese Ministry of Public Security created similar online police mascots that were put into operation in eight major cities in China.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.chinadigitaltimes.net/2008/07/securing-the-olympics/

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While there is clearly a need for a comprehensive and large security presence at obvious targets during the Olympics, for many visitors the true symbols of the Beijing’s Games could be the 6th and 7th Fuwas, "JingJing" and "ChaCha" ("jingcha" being the Chinese word for "police").
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(E?)(L?) http://www.globalvoicesonline.org/2007/08/29/

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These cartoon web cops named "JIngjing" and "Chacha" (the word "jing cha" means "police" in Chinese) will apparently be patrolling websites originating in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. (…) According to the Public Security official interviewed by the Beijing Youth Daily, their real function is to remind internet users that the Chinese police are watching people online no differently than offline. In other words: don't do anything online that you wouldn't do in a physical public place in China!
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