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Submitted by zaminoda 540d ago | article

Education Reflection: Chinese Mother, Son, Video Game

China is famous for its strictness in children’s education, and until now, the Chinese government still bans the PS4, Xbox 360 and has a strict censorship on game and other entertainment, such as films, audio and books. Recently, on an education forum, a mother posted an article to vindicate the online game referring the experience from her son. In the article, she explained the benefit brought by her son’s playing online games in these ten years. This composition immediately attracted more than two thousand people joining into the discussion. (Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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