World of Warcraft

Word of the Week: Eye-field

目田 (mù tián) eye-field If two small strokes are added to the top of each of these characters, they...

Warcraft Row: An Industry Game Changer

Caixin looks at Netease’s struggle to get the game World of Warcraft back online in China and the bureaucratic turf wars that the gaming industry must navigate: NetEase is a veteran of Chinese online gaming, with seven...

Corndog Speaks on ‘War of Internet Addiction’

The creator of the viral hit “War of Internet Addiction,” a satirical take on government controls over online gaming, spoke to the Wall Street Journal’s Real Time China blog: WSJ: How did you choose which...

China Bureaucratic War over Online Warcraft Heats Up

Reuters reports on a growing tiff between the Ministry of Culture and the General Administration for Press and Publications (GAPP) over regulation of the online game World of Warcraft: The rare public turf war between the two...



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