China’s Unique Approach to Treating Internet Addiction – Shanghaiist

From Shanghaiist:

An old military base in the Daxing suburb of has been repurposed for battle against among China’s 12 to 24-year-olds. According to a new report, 14 percent of Chinese teens are vulnerable to , and the Communist Youth League says that is “a grave social problem” that threatens the nation. Additionally, the Chinese media has recently drawn attention to social problems related to including a murder over the theft of virtual property and a string of suicides….[Full Text]

-Read also Tough-love measures are employed to limit ‘grave social problem’ by The Washington Post via Dallasnews.com.
-Read also In China, stern treatment for young Internet ‘addicts’ by The Peninsula.

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