Asian countries are the world's leading producers, and some of the most avid consumers, of electronics. So it's no surprise that kids in China, Korea, and Taiwan spend lots of time online and gaming-- or that parents and the government worry about excessive screen time.
According to the Straits Times, the Taiwanese government has expanded the Protection of Children and Youths Welfare and Rights Act. which previously banned "smoking, drinking, chewing betel nut and using drugs" among minors, to include Internet and computer use.
Parents may now be fined up to NT$50,000 (about US$2000) if they allow children to "constantly use electronic products for a period of time that is not reasonable." However, it's not clear what counts as "unreasonable."