For many men in China, sex dolls are family companions more than toys This family in China lives with 11 sex dolls.

This family in China lives with 11 sex dolls. The father and son are less interested in having sex with the dolls than they are in taking the lifelike doll on real dates and modeling them for photo shoots. In …

Chinese police cage, interrogate man for criticizing traffic cops online "Uncle Police, I'm so sorry, I'm wrong."

A viral video from China shows a man in a strange Thomas the Train like cage being interrogated by police. According to the translation, the caged man, who says his name is Luhua, is remorseful for WeChat group comments where …

TrainwrecksTV: Twitch forced me to turn down $1.2 million streaming deal "I was thinking of doing no camera streams and not telling Twitch."

Everyone is leaving Twitch and pretty soon it’ll just be Dr Disrespect and a bunch of titty streamers left. Maybe that’s his violent, speedy, momentously horny grand plan. Of course the reason for the desertion is a combination of Twitch …

An army of angry Winnie the Poohs is preparing to storm this year’s BlizzCon "They can't ban us all."

Everyone is expecting this year’s BlizzCon to be a shitshow of epic proportions, and for good reasons. Now it looks like the Blizzard/China hullabaloo is even going to result in an army of Winnie the Pooh costumed activists trying to …

8 ways people are striking back at Blizzard for being ChiCom lap dogs #BoycottBlizzard.

The internet is striking back at Activision Blizzard after it suspended Hong Kong Hearthstone champion Blitzchung and confiscated his winnings for expressing support for the Hong Kong protests. Here’s a quick rundown on what’s currently happening, in no particular order: …

The big list of China’s corporate puppets Reddit doesn’t want you to see A far greater issue than a few spineless suits at Activision Blizzard and NBA.

Game publisher Blizzard recently caused a stir by banning Hearthstone champion Blitzchung and confiscating his winnings for verbally supporting his native Hong Kong in a livestreamed post-match interview. It couldn’t have happened at a worse time for Blizzard. NBA had …

Blizzard suspends Hearthstone champion Blitzchung for supporting Hong Kong The video game developer/publisher is the latest corporation to publicly humiliate itself in service of Chinese masters.

Hong Kong-based Hearthstone champion Ng Wai Chung, better known as “Blitzchung,” has been removed from Hearthstone Grandmasters after pro-Hong Kong comments made in a post-match interview this weekend. During the interview, the professional Hearthstone player expressed his support for the …

Toeing China’s communist party line to own the gamers Game journalists' quest to one-up "entitled gamers" leads them to some strange places.

When it comes to censorship, China is an absolute mess. Despite becoming an economic superpower and embracing at least some parts of capitalism to enter the 21st century, the mentality of the Chinese government remains firmly authoritarian and deeply suspicious …

China’s Communist Youth League to release ‘patriotic’ game titled ‘Anti-Japan War Online’ And it's everything you expect. The "patriotic game" will of course only allow you to play as China.

According to Interfax China, Chinese game publisher PowerNet Technology is set to develop a new MMO game with the help of the China Communist Youth League (CCYL). The game is called Anti-Japan War Online and leverages the political strife that …