I'm confused by the statement "建一个国内的飞机场，也能翻回去" and "美国不会对标建墙的" in this short blog post from https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/fs2zbK1kGUJ1xirpDaEFNA. My translation would be "if you construct a domestic airport, it can be reverted" and "The United States will not build a wall against standards", which doesn't really make any more sense in the context of the whole blog post, which I've reproduced here:
还有可以试试apple 的 FaceTime。这个也可以的的。这个在苹果手机上可以使用。
微信，QQ这些可能都会从 app store下掉。但是按照法规说法：只是下架，海外那边可以用安装包的方式装微信和qq，问题不会很大。 美国不会对标建墙的。
My translation is as follows:
TikTok still has a chance to be bought. No one can take over WeChat. So after 45 days, WeChat may stop serving North America. What to do later?
How do friends in China and abroad communicate?
- Get familiar with Skype. It seems that [communication] between China and the United States [using Skype] has not been sealed off.
- You can also try Apple's FaceTime. This is also possible. This can be used on Apple phones.
- You can also use Alipay. Now Alipay has not been added to the list, and communication with China can be through Alipay. I wouldn't have expected Alipay's social dreams to be realized in this way. In fact, there are many tools, such as DingTalk, which can also be used.
- WeChat and QQ may all be dropped from the app stores. However, according to the regulations: Just take it off the shelves, and install WeChat and QQ overseas by means of installation packages. The problem will not be big. The United States will not build a wall against standards.
- You can circumvent the Great Firewall [or is this about circumventing American restrictions?]. If you build a domestic airport, you can turn it back.
- If possible, be together as a family. Most of my readers are overseas Chinese. If it is really banned, then the official account for overseas Chinese will basically be abandoned. So you have to consider other channels.