Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown is condemning Markham-based Big-O-Tree Games, the makers of an anti-Chinese video game called “Dirty Chinese Restaurant.”
“The Chinese-Canadian community is an integral part of our social fabric in Ontario. Derogatory and tasteless slurs like this against any community group are just plain wrong, and I fully condemn this attack on our hardworking Ontario business owners,” said Brown.
The game makers recently came under fire from a New York Congresswoman. The company boasts about its controversial new game on its website.
“All Ontarians should stand up and condemn this offensive video game. This simply is not what Ontario is about, and it’s why Ontario has an Anti-Racism Directorate,” added PC Anti-Racism spokesperson, MPP Lisa MacLeod.
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