University in Singapore organised mahjong competitions for students
The game did not involve chips but merely the calculation of scores to determine the winner. -The Star/ANN
Both China Press and Nanyang Siang Pau reported that a university in Singapore had organised mahjong competitions for their students.
China Press reported that the competition was organised by the university's Recreational Gaming Club for the second year running on Friday.
The competition had attracted about 30 students. The game did not involve chips but merely the calculation of scores to determine the winner.
It was reported that the students welcomed the competition but parents were against it as it encouraged gambling.
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