Hundreds of millions of Chinese play the game in which you have to applaud the Prime Minister
To the XIX Congress of the Communist party of China Tencent released the game for mobile phones where players need to applaud the speech of President of China XI Jinping.
Before you play the game, users are prompted to watch a 30-second excerpt from a three-hour speech of a national leader, and then tap the screen to make as many claps in 18 seconds.
The result can be shared on social networks. As reported by Wired, in less than a day since the release of the game hooked 400 million players. To date, she played more than 2 billion times.
Wired also quoted ROS Holmes, a specialist at Oxford University, studying cultural products of China: “XI Jinping now appears frequently in a variety of applications across all digital platforms and is presented as a “tireless public servant”, a “skilled diplomat”, “workaholic” and “close to the people man”.