Chinese farmer


Chinese farmer

The term Chinese farmer can mean one of two things:

  • Literally, a Chinese farmer is one who practices agriculture in China.
  • In online role-playing games, a Chinese farmer or Chinese gold farmer is a gold farmer whose in-game behavior noticeably stands out in comparison to the majority of subscribers .

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