Kebijakan Luar Negeri Tiongkok terhadap Pengembangan Industri Game Online di Kawasan Asia Tenggara 2014 – 2018

Soft Power Tiongkok dalam Industri Game Online


  • Muhammad Rheza Arfianda
  • Denada Faraswacyen L. Gaol


online game, soft power, China


This article examine how the online game  industry becoming one of China instrument on delegating their soft power. Soft power concept are being use to analyze how and to what extend China influence on using online game  industry through their foreign policy. The result of this research are showing China dominating the online game  industry and manage to create a new perspective that their country are the center of the online game  industry.


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Arfianda, M. R., & Gaol, D. F. L. (2019). Kebijakan Luar Negeri Tiongkok terhadap Pengembangan Industri Game Online di Kawasan Asia Tenggara 2014 – 2018: Soft Power Tiongkok dalam Industri Game Online. Balcony, 3(2), 127–134. Retrieved from




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