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5-16-2009 @ 10:47AM
Its kinda funny how taiwan and china have that political history, yet WoW gamers are flocking to taiwanese servers
5-16-2009 @ 11:03AM
This may be a generalized statement (and basing from only 1 friend from Taiwan it probably isn't totally reliable), but:Political friction =/= civilian friction
5-16-2009 @ 12:54PM
You'd be surprised how willing people are to ignore political issues. Sure, people who spend all their time dealing with politics will gasp at the idea of someone crossing a line they wouldn't, and often times there's a culture difference, but the whole "Our countries are fighting so I hate you" thing takes a few generations to actually start. Separated countries also make this easier, seeing as how they effectively have the same culture as it is. Keep in mind China isn't the first country to be split into two by Communism, but at least they didn't build a wall.Besides that, I'm guessing they don't have to deal with China's retarded laws and censorship.
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