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MMO China

Dear Readers, Sorry for the inconfinience without doing too much of grammar check, because i dont have enough time to do that. my blog's goal is to transmit some cross culture of mmog between china and other country. and i believe google is geting better

Author: NieYoubing

Thinking of game currency unfairly dividend, 16-year-old boy knifed his companions in China

Posted by NieYoubing Saturday August 1 2009 at 12:33AM
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The impact of cyber violence cause some poor young people learned how cruel and unfettered. They use money from robbery, theft, crime to play MMO in Internet Cafe. What is more, they also learned from the cyber game world to ignore life, often using violence to others in reality, by means of violence from the cyber MMO to beat the lives of others.
A grass-roots level police appeal to community people should be concerned about this phenomenon, to save the plight of those in the hearts of young people.

- cyber MMO violence lead to more criminal cases

Recently, Qingyuan County, Zang Cun villages’ 16-year-old Xiaohui (a pseudonym), a result of dissatisfaction with 17-year-old Xiao-gang (a pseudonym) to obtain 100 bonus money game currency, kill Xiaogang cruelly with a kitchen knife. Prior to this, Qingyuan County, 16-year-old Tao-Tao (a pseudonym), a result of long-term obsession with networks, with their deep contradictions. November 6, 2008 due to dissatisfaction with his father's verbal abuse, take advantage of his father nap time, kill his father, and then go to Internet cafes , still blatantly.

Two are young teenagers, so evil hand, what the reasons are so that they ignore the value of life, cruel, raging even to the loss of humanity, the point of anger? Recently, Qingyuan police uncovered a number of sub-theft, theft out of several groups of young people. Without exception, all the money gang members steal spent to the Internet and mostly for MMO game. provides this original article,  please specify when you quote, thanks.

dj60169 writes:

Trying to read this makes my brain hurt.

Sat Aug 01 2009 7:38AM Report
haratu writes:

Hurt brain sore, translation better need too. 

Sat Aug 01 2009 8:44PM Report
Trucidation writes:

While it's easy to take potshots at the poor translation, it isn't all that hard to understand the gist of the article either.

This has little to do with MMOs in actual fact, and more on juvenile crime. If these pricks weren't robbing people for money to play MMOs they'd be beating people up to buy crack.


Sun Aug 02 2009 10:31AM Report writes:
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