This is a long story about me, but I’m going to simplify it.
I was an innocent and pure boy when my childhood, just like other children. I trusted everyone and everything; I believed everyone is virtuous and honest. I liked to go outside to play with my friends, and keep smiling all day. That was me, a kind child. I was born in 1998, my hometown was poorer than some south cities in that time; my parents also had low wages. My dad was a playful boy when he was young, enjoyed break dance and got many awards, he liked play TV games with my cousin after he married with my mom. That was a specific time, rapid economic growth and development of technology after China reformed and opened, people was able to buy a Personal-Computer …show more content…
It was an unprecedented concept for me, even for all normal citizens. I enjoyed searching music and pictures, it made my life colorful. I touched with online games when grade 2, once touched it can hardly stop. I know a grade 2 student is too young to play online games, but it brought fun to me, more interesting than playing outside with friends.
Online games changed my life permanently. It happened to me——a small boy.
I can remember that was 2006, I played online games while night at an Eve of Chinese New Year ——the most important festival/day in China, it was so fascinating that I can’t stop playing it. I got an idea: put money into games, buying others higher level game account. When a new month started, I got 200 RMB for lunch, but I was going to use this money for games. I faked a story about I dropped money on taxi and told my parents. Successfully, I kept these 2 pieces of Holly-Red-Paper and hid in my bag. In a weekend, I found a man who was going to sold his high-level game account, it was so beckoning! “That’s what I want!” I thought. I chatted with him on QQ. “I have spent much money on this account, but I don’t have enough time play anymore. You just give me a Game-Point -Card equal to 100RMB. It’s a friendship-price, my friend. My phone number is XXXX-XXXXXXXX, you may call me now.” he typed on