During last week of Chinajoy 2012, the China’s biggest gaming and digital entertainment exhibition, a young and rich Chinese gamer had spend a huge amount of money to book the whole game booth for private use, just to quietly test out the latest online game on the spot. He booked the place for only 30 minute, other attendees were not allowed to visit the area during his present. To serve the VIP guest, the game company had even arranged 3 booth babies to cool him down with hand-held fan. His unbelievably arrogant behavior had disgusted other gamers, one of the gamer thrown a few hundred cash notes to the person in charge, requested for the same VIP service, but he was ignored by the game company …
China’s remarkable economic success over the past three decades has spawned a number of rich and powerful businessmen, officials and celebrities. The children of these wealthy families are known as China’s “rich second generation,” a title which has earned them notoriety and scorn. They tend to be eligible to inherit lots of money and assets from their parents, and have an image problem in a nation riven by a growing gap between rich and poor. The terms of rich second generation increasingly had a negative connotation as news and stories have emerged in the media which engaged in their arrogant behavior.
SOURCE: Tencent Game (Chinese content)
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