China has told its youth to cut back on video games, limiting their playing time to a mere three hours per week.
The General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) announced strict new regulations on the playing of video games, targeting school-aged children. Not only will they be barred from playing at all every Monday through Thursday, their allotted hour on weekends and public holidays must be from 8 to 9pm, according to the Wall Street Journal.
One might ask how China will be able to enforce this. The GAPP did not specify any enforcement measures, but the WSJ points out that at least one video game company uses a