Yes, there are ProtonVPN servers that work for those currently residing in China behind the “Great Firewall.” However, the servers that work today could be blocked tomorrow.
The Chinese government works hard to control its citizens’ access to the Internet. The Great Firewall is a vast system of technical tools, including DNS filtering, URL filtering, and deep packet inspection, that the Chinese government uses to prevent Chinese citizens from accessing foreign websites. The Chinese government also uses these tools to detect and block VPN servers.
Because the Great Firewall is constantly changing and evolving, it is impossible to guarantee that ProtonVPN will always be accessible from China. Accessibility may also vary, both from day to day and from region to region within China. ProtonVPN’s mission is to provide secure and private Internet access to everyone, and we are always working on countermeasures so that our VPN servers can evade being detected by the Great Firewall.
If you plan to use ProtonVPN in China or are in China and experiencing connection issues, please contact our Support team. While we cannot publicly share this information, our support team can provide you with some possible workarounds to access ProtonVPN’s servers from China.