Pokémon Go has not been officially released in China, but Chinese players are finding creative ways to access the record-breaking augmented reality game that has captured the imaginations of millions of mobile users around the world.
Bloggers in China can be very creative when making statements about politics, although Internet censors usually track down and “harmonize” their work pretty quickly.
Tired of predicting the future for people, a teenager in Shanghai has decided to become a fortune-teller for heroes in computer games.
Gaming addiction is a serious problem in China, and many parents have a negative attitude toward their children’s use of computers. Here are five beliefs of Chinese parents from a blog by Westerner Iain Garner, who has been teaching at…