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Curing China's Internet Addicts - 01 July 2014
31 PICTURES
CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
RTR3WL96
July 01, 2014
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center...
Beijing, China
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center...
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 27 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'CURING CHINA'S INTERNET ADDICTS'
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CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
RTR3WL91
July 01, 2014
A student who has completed a six months course bows to the head teacher at the Qide Education Center...
Beijing, China
A student who has completed a six months course bows to the head teacher at the Qide Education Center...
A student who has completed a six months course bows to the head teacher at the Qide Education Center in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 30 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'CURING CHINA'S INTERNET ADDICTS'
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CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
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July 01, 2014
Students take part in a traditional lion dance as a part of the education program at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Students take part in a traditional lion dance as a part of the education program at the Qide Education...
Students take part in a traditional lion dance as a part of the education program at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 24 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'CURING CHINA'S INTERNET ADDICTS'
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CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
RTR3WL8P
July 01, 2014
A nurse distributes medicine at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014....
Beijing, China
A nurse distributes medicine at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing
A nurse distributes medicine at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 22, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 23 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'CURING CHINA'S INTERNET ADDICTS'
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CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
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July 01, 2014
Drugs used to treat teenagers who have been diagnosed with internet addiction and depression are placed...
Beijing, China
Drugs used to treat teenagers who have been diagnosed with internet addiction and depression are placed...
Drugs used to treat teenagers who have been diagnosed with internet addiction and depression are placed on a table at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 22, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 22 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'CURING CHINA'S INTERNET ADDICTS'
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CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
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July 01, 2014
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet...
Beijing, China
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet...
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 22, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 20 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'CURING CHINA'S INTERNET ADDICTS'
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KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8BD
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8BC
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B8
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, prepares to take a horse...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, prepares to take a horse...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, prepares to take a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B5
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, touches a horse at Riding...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, touches a horse at Riding...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, touches a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B4
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, receives medical attention...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, receives medical attention...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, receives medical attention to improve concentration at a Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B2
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl (R), who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, talks with a professional...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, talks with a professional...
A 14-year old girl (R), who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, talks with a professional consultant at a Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
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