China’s State Administration of Radio and Television, which oversees the country's gaming sector, said it would control the total amount of online games, explore age rating system and take measures to limit underage users' playtime, according to a document released by the Ministry of Education late Thursday, which detailed a whole package of measures aimed to protect the country's young people.
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