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China: War of Internet Addiction

DigiCha introduces an online video called “War of Internet Addiction” which a satire on the government’s attempt to “harmonize” China’s Internet with forced installations of “Green Dam Youth Escort” and the travails of Chinese World of Warcraft players over the last several months.

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  • Polina Eremenko

    Dear Ms. Lam,

    I am writing to you on the behalf of the journal Newsweek, the Russian edition.

    Right now I am writing an article concerning internet addiction in China. I noticed your post and thought it would be very interesting to discuss this issue with you.

    Unfortunately, my deadline is very soon. If you would like to speak to me – please just send me a little letter to my e-mail eremenko.polina@gmail.com with the time that would be the most comfortable for you to talk.

    Thank you very much,
    Polina Eremenko

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