Since 8 June 2006, 6557 Chinese netizens have visited a blog page to virtually "sting" a puppet, which was imaginarily treated as the Google Killer, to express their hatred for blocking Google in China.
In other words, after I published the following post, more than 5200 websurfers have supportively visited the initiator's blog page in past 10 days.
Sting the Google Killer
Moreover, Michelle Malkin, a prominent American columnist, blogger and author, has collected several "photoshopped/altered Google logos by bloggers and others", including her design shown in this post, "in response to the search engine company's decision to kowtow to China."
In addition, another American blogger, Drew, posted his method of writing a Greasemonkey user script to find out how every day Google searches would be different if Google China was used. You may try googling the keywords listed in a post at Google Blogoscoped to actually see the differences!
Other related posts of mine:
Behind the blocking on Google
Respecting legitimate government considerations