The 15 Craziest Things Banned in China

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15Video Games

Matt Weber: July 18, 2014 | 64,891 views
The Chinese government loves to have control with everyone's life inside their country. The government has always regulated video games, but in 2000, they completely banned video games. They banned them because of the youth spending way too much time, and not focusing on their studies.

14Mahjong

Mahjong is one of the most traditional Chinese gambling games with origins dating back as early as 500 BC. The game was banned for almost 40 years (from 1949 to 1985) and then people got sick of the games... or lack there of. Mahjong is now a very popular game in the country.
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