Grand Theft Auto’s wildly popular online multiplayer game has become the latest venue for Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters and Chinese nationalists to wage their ideological battles, with protests now breaking out in the virtual world.
Grand theft protest: Hong Kongers and Chinese gamers battle online
A protester carries away a tear gas canister during a rally in Hong Kong, Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019. (AP)
AFP, Hong Kong
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