Chinese Goojje Search Engine Claims It’s Google’s Sister

Goojje Chinese search engine
Say hello to Goojje, a Chinese search engine that looks remarkably
like one we’ve seen before. It launched on January 14, and yes, it’s
filtered for less flavour.
The way the name works is this: Jie Jie (Goojje) is mandarin for
sister, while “ge ge” (Google) means big brother (er, shouldn’t that be
the other way round?) The Web Monster (ie, the real one) is being
exhorted to stay by its sino-doppelganger, with a message on Goojje that
reads, “Sister was very happy when brother gave up the thought of
leaving and stayed for sister.”

The figure behind Goojje is said to be a female student from
Guangdong, who’s been calling for help developing the search engine –
translated, I guess that means it’s open source.