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Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.



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And tell me again, who thinks playing video games makes kids lose touch with reality?

What about watching movies, too?

An 11-year old boy who watched the Hollywood blockbuster “Transformers” the previous weekend on the Chinese mainland came to believe that all trucks were transformers….seriously.

A very good looking, another Chinese fake?, a truck that resembled Optimus Prime was spotted by the boy on a national highway…so, the boy took to his bicycle and started chasing the truck down the highway in Shandong Province.

What I want to know is what he was going to do if he caught the transformer.

The sci-fi film was the fastest ever to earn 100 million yuan in China…faster than

Spider-Man 3 and King Kong.

Perhaps Chinese boys are afraid of spiders and monkeys so those two movies didn’t get the same ‘following’.

“That’s it for you, Wang. No more movies!”

“Ah, mom…wait till Megatron hears what you just said.”


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Bill Belew

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