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Obsessive video games kids turn back to good kids by "Justice, E Scheme", Sunday, January 11, 2009 Hong Kong
Jan 11 2009, 06:30 PM
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Obsessive video games kids turn back to good kids by "Justice, E Scheme"
translated by cici@AsianEU
Children participate in this program in photo with their volunteers
Young people addicted to playing computer games is becoming increasingly serious! "Used to play video games the whole night, I even ignore friends when they ask me to play football with them", sixth grader Vinson said he has a habit of playing video games since three or four years old, and he usually just play video games right after school, that his parents are very worry. Tang Chi-kit, another sixth grader's first "homework" after school is playing video games, "I use the fast time in half hour to complete my homework, and then I will play video games, playing five hours every day." After attending the "justice, e Scheme", these 2 games-addicts unanimously agree that they learn to control time to play video games, and their relationship with their parents are closer, as a result school grades have also improved.
The Salvation Army Integrated Service for Young People Social worker Chai Wan-Him says young people are increasingly more and more obsessed with playing video games, but many parents do not know how to discipline, so it is easily lead to confrontation with their children, and even frequent occurrence of clashes. And "e Scheme" aims at counseling 9 to 13 years-old teenagers and their parents, with camping out in the wilderness, parent-child groups and field activities to promote communication between parents and children. Eventually, through a carnival, children can work with parents to design their own games and performances to allow children to display their talents. "e Scheme" lasts for 5 months that it not only takes nine children away from the illusory internet world back to reality, it also helps them to earn a "E Scheme" certificate from the Social Welfare Department Eastern and Wan Chai District Social Welfare Office.
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