For a long time, I have known that if a website is blocked (like how blogspot.com was blocked in China), one can use a proxy server to bypass the blocking, but have never tried it before. Recently, because the Malaysian government blocked Malaysia Today because the blog exposed what the Malaysian Cabinet tried to hide from the public information contained in this damning confidential Cabinet paper, I came across How to access Malaysia Today by proxy to beat the block.
Basically, this is what I gathered from that post. These are various proxy servers you can use:
Update: Those search boxes you see below are images of the search boxes of the proxy servers mentioned below. If you want to use the proxy servers, you will have to click on the links and search on those proxy servers sites themself.
Zend2.comSurf over to http://zend2.com/ where there is a box (see screen shot below):
type in the URL (in that particular case, mt.m2day.org) and click Go!, and presto, the blocked site Malaysia Today is accesible again!!
Here are some more:
Hide My Ass (has pop-up)
HAPPY SURFING AND THUMBS DOWN TO THOSE ATTEMPTING TO HIDE WHAT NEEDS TO BE REVEALED.