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12-10-2008 @ 11:23PM
Yeah, there's probably no licensing going on whatsoever here. That's China for you though. I spent 4 months living in Shanghai and they love WoW over there though its more of a web cafe thing. This restaurant is probably reeling in the dough. Too bad the names in the menu may be different and unrecognizable. If I remember correctly "World of Warcraft" in Chinese is "Mo Shou Shou ji". Everything else may be just as different.To all the folks who are heading over to Beijing or China, have a blast! this is just one example of what a strange and exciting place the country is.
12-11-2008 @ 7:28AM
What's the Chinese word for Dog? Oh wait nevermind, I forgot. I'm never going to to China....ever.
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