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Ministry of Culture to Develop Educational Game Prototypes

Beijing Evening News, 10/31/11

Tuo Zuhai, assistant director of the Department of Culture Markets in China's Ministry of Culture (MoC), said yesterday that as part of efforts to increase regulation of violent and titillating content in online games, the MoC will develop a line of "serious" educational game products to serve as industry guidelines.

The prototypes will be developed in consultation with academic advisors to create professional skills training and simulation games which aim to increasing players' overall practical knowledge.

Keywords: Tuo Zuhai Internet regulation Ministry of Culture online gaming


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