When you click on a thumbnail from the Google China Image search result page, a new window opens showing a special Google page. On this page, the image’ll be briefly loaded in low quality, and then be quickly replaced by the original high quality image, by embedding the source URL right in the page. The source webpage URL’s then listed at the top right (it’ll open in yet another new window), whereas clicking on the large image’ll move forward to the next image; alternatively, you can also use the pager arrows to navigate. Links to the source page as well as the direct source image (or sometimes the text “Unable to load the image”) are shown below the pic, noted. I tried in Opera, Firefox, Safari, but couldn’t replicate this feature, and this’s what I get:
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