Happy Farm Online Game Spawns Real-Life Farming in China

Happy Farm Online Game Spawns Real-Life Farming in China
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The Happy Farm game on Chinese social networking sites is one of the most popular and particularly among white-collar workers. Some Happy Farm enthusiasts enjoy virtual farming so much that they have decided to try out the real thing. One Shanghai farm is planning to jump on the trend and put up 100 cabins for city farmers to use during extended holidays.

Sean Leow
  • 19 october 2009

With over 16 million active players, the Happy Farm game on Chinese social networking sites is one of the most popular online and particularly among white-collar workers. Some Happy Farm enthusiasts enjoy virtual farming so much that they have decided to try out the real thing.

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