Some Chinese Internet users aren\u2019t happy with Google\u2019s recently announced Chinese name, and they\u2019ve started an online petition to express their displeasure."We love Google, but we don\u2019t love Guge," said the message atop the NoGuge.com website, referring to Google\u2019s Chinese name. By mid-morning on Monday, more than 7,000 users had signed the petition\u2014a tiny fraction of China\u2019s 110 million Internet users.Guge, which incorporates the Chinese characters for "valley" and "song," is an allusion to traditional songs that celebrate a rich harvest. But many Chinese Internet users find the name just doesn\u2019t sound right to them. "The name Guge makes us feel bad, it disappoints us," the website said. "Google are you listening?"Among a list of alternative names for Google posted on NoGuge.com, the most popular was Gougou, a slang term for Google that literally means "dog dog." Gougou received 2,774 votes out of 28,942 cast in an informal poll. The second most-popular pick was Google, followed by Goule, which means "enough."Google addressed the question of its Chinese name in an April 21 post on its official Chinese blog. The post, written by a Google China employee named Cui Jin, said Google wasn\u2019t defined by its Chinese name. Citing her father\u2019s inability to remember Google\u2019s name as an example of why Google needed a Chinese name, Cui said the name Guge finally allows him to tell people where his daughter works.She also offered one explanation for why Google didn\u2019t choose Gougou as its Chinese name."Gougou may sound like a cute name, but Google\u2019s Chinese name must be a company name, product name, brand name, and a Web site name; Gougou is just not appropriate," Cui wrote.-Sumner Lemon, IDG News ServiceFor related news coverage, read Google CEO Defends Co.\u2019s China Censorship and Google\u2019s Revenue, Earnings Up in Q1.Check out our CIO News Alerts and Tech Informer pages for more updated news coverage.