China Cures Internet Addiction

Gamer137

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Things like this restore my faith in America and freedom. How long is it going to take for those dictators to get kicked out?
 

Melcadrien

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Good thing I'm never heading there anytime soon, never will. That limitation would annoy me greatly since I am a gamer, most of it online gaming.
 

DigitalSushi

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Holy Thread necro Batman!.

Looking back, does anyone see the irony reading an article about curing internet addiction on the internet.

Melcadrien said:
Good thing I'm never heading there anytime soon, never will. That limitation would annoy me greatly since I am a gamer, most of it online gaming.
Shame you never got the chance to search the Chinese version of Google at the time, searching for "Tank Man" did not give you the results you would think of.

Also the limitations to a gamer would be the least of your worries out there, China has half a million political "slaves" that have to work for free, i.e. slave labour, which is why I try not to buy Chinese products.

Chances are my PS3 was built there, which makes me a huge hipocrit.

Edit:sorry forgot to ask!, Any more up to date news with regards to Chinese curing internet addiction? hows it going?
 

Casual Shinji

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Andy Chalk said:
I understand China has also made real progress on the problem of overcrowded public squares in parts of Beijing. Let's hear it for the triumph of civilized behaviour.
Unfortunately, no one in China under the age of 25 even remembers that good old day. Hurray for civilized propaganda.
 

Icecoldcynic

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I think the concept itself is pretty ridiculous. How could those people get in such a state that they can't stay off the games anyway? There never should have been a need for the anti-addiction measures.