3Novices:Why China’s Honour of Kings is so popular: it’s all about communication

Shanghai mother Wu Lin wasn’t worried about widespread criticism of the hit video game Honour of Kings – branded ‘poison’ and a ‘drug’ by China’s official People’s Daily newspaper. She downloaded it onto her iPad, opened an account for her nine-year-old son Haohao, and said, “son, play it.”
For her, it was more a case of making sure the boy, a grade-three pupil at primary school, was not left out of a craze that is sweeping the country…
July 09, 2017 at 10:31AM
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