LinkedIn (LNKD.NYSE) is looking to leverage its large user base in China but is moving cautiously in the regulatory space, Reuters reported. The site is one of the few foreign social networking websites to remain uncensored in China, despite being briefly blocked in February this year. “[China] is a very competitive market,” said Arvind Rajan, the company’s vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan. “There are political challenges, technical challenges. There are a whole lot of things for us to go through. We are far away from making any decision. At this point, we are just here to explore the market, to talk to people…” The firm launched an initial public offering last week, watching its stock price surge 109% on the first day of trading. The current share price values LinkedIn at US$100 per user.