Video games are undoubtedly a good remedy to spend time before the coronavirus… or to celebrate events that you cannot celebrate in the real world because of the outbreak.
Some have thought the same young Japanese primary school students. After the schools closed for two weeks in Japan and his graduation ceremony was therefore suspended, he decided to recreate it in the popular construction game Minecraft
The truth is that the event has all kinds of details and, without a doubt, recreating it was a good way to spend quarantine. We leave you with the messages shared:
"'What are you doing?'
"We all decided to have a graduation ceremony together!"
Oh Amazing. Elementary students gathered to start graduation themselves. "
“They spent the whole day online together playing and laughing. I'm glad everyone had fun.
"The auditorium is also very well done."
"The parents are 'teleworking' and the children are 'telegrading'."
"I am so jealous of the incredible things children have today."
"Those who say video games are bad, check this out!"
"It will probably be an even better memory than a normal graduation for them."
会場 も す ご く よ く 出来 て い る。 pic.twitter.com/HKjVCaOmOf
– 柏 原 周 平 (@backyennew) March 14, 2020
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