Activists are being likened to Qin Hui, the man tied up in the middle, who is essentially the Judas of Chinese history. (Picture: Everyone Hit the Traitors)Activists are being likened to Qin Hui, the man tied up in the middle, who is essentially the Judas of Chinese history. (Picture: Everyone Hit the Traitors)
Activists are being likened to Qin Hui, the man tied up in the middle, who is essentially the Judas of Chinese history. (Picture: Everyone Hit the Traitors)

China has its own Hong Kong protest game that lets you beat up activists

After protesters turned to video game activism, a new web game lets players beat figures like Joshua Wong and Martin Lee with a flip-flop or baseball bat

Topic |   Gaming
Activists are being likened to Qin Hui, the man tied up in the middle, who is essentially the Judas of Chinese history. (Picture: Everyone Hit the Traitors)Activists are being likened to Qin Hui, the man tied up in the middle, who is essentially the Judas of Chinese history. (Picture: Everyone Hit the Traitors)
Activists are being likened to Qin Hui, the man tied up in the middle, who is essentially the Judas of Chinese history. (Picture: Everyone Hit the Traitors)
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