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FAR FROM GLITZY TECH HUBS, CHINESE CITY BETS BIG ON VR

Liu Zixing craned his neck forward for help with fastening the goggles for his first ever taste of virtual reality. He took a break from the mining ore business to travel to a VR theme park in this Chinese provincial capital not known for high technology.

“It feels like reality,” Liu said after shooting down robots in a virtual fighter jet, strapped to a spinning gyroscope lit in purple. “It’s just like you’re riding in a plane.”

Enthusiasm for VR has cooled somewhat after years of hype, but China’s leaders are trying to

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