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Tongue-in-cheek mobile game comes from a true story

By Mu Chen | China Daily | Updated: 2015-01-19 07:39

If laughing in the face of adversity is a definition of bravery then there is no doubting Mark Major's courage.

Seven years after the New Zealander fell down a 9-meter deep hole on Beijing's bustling Guijie ("Ghost Street") and broke his back, he has turned his near-death experience into a tongue-in-cheek mobile game.

"I was interning in Beijing at the time. One night, I was walking to my local 7-Eleven on the corner of Ghost Street and all of a sudden I found myself free falling," recounted Major, via Skype from his home in Wellington, New Zealand.

Tongue-in-cheek mobile game comes from a true story

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