China says it wants to open its economy more to the rest of the world, but Beijing keeps a tight grip on technology and access to media. These 11 items are still off limits.
China's leaders have promised a decisive role for markets in its huge economy, and a litany of economic reforms are underway. But in many areas, the country is still relatively closed off.
Try using Instagram, for example. No snaps allowed!
China banned the photo-sharing platform after pro-democracy protests rocked Hong Kong in 2014.
The social media platform now can't be accessed from anywhere within the so-called Great Firewall of China, a censorship project operated for more than a decade by the Communist Party.