I always find it interesting to learn about cultural differences in different type of subjects. Whether if it’s dealing with the differences of education systems, work labor, and even gaming. Within Nardi’s book, My Life as a Night Elf Priest, she exemplifies the different characteristics for World of Warcraft or WoW North America and China all within the final section and chapter of the book. Some difference that I picked out is the use of the phrase, “Chinese gold farmer”. Though the author doesn’t give a full description of what this phrase exactly means, but what I can generally determine to what it means is an Asian or a Chinese individual who makes a banking system off of WoW, if I got that correct Also what else I love about this chapter is that the author just doesn’t go online or anything else to look for her direct sources, but she actually goes out to China to find her sources. Going on, she finds the similarities of the North American and Chinese gamers that, “They liked the socialibility of WoW, the competitive challenge, the graphics, the color. They extended the game through the use of mods. They played with friends and family.” She found that the major and biggest difference that were between one another is the setting to where both play. For Chinese gammers, they generally play at a cafe or what is known as a wang ba. These are noted to be the most populated areas in China after the workplace. With Nardi going out there to find this kind of social shock or difference I find that extremely interesting.