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Readers’ Comments

23Thursday, 28 November 2013 14:58
Tom Sloper

Odd that it took surveillance to catch him. The other players must be slacking if they're not noticing that he wins with only 12 tiles.

22Tuesday, 11 September 2012 10:29
cor Hoogland
I hope is not an automatic one
21Wednesday, 24 August 2011 18:32
N.C
Ohhhh I can't beleive it !

I'm in Toscane too !! Close Siena.
I wondered to improve my gaming during my holidays but I can't found player...

This news is funny indeed :)
20Tuesday, 31 May 2011 12:34
Salm
Is it a Closers / People News ?
19Thursday, 13 January 2011 07:38
Mahjong News
You may be right - or not.
That is also why, in these trivial news stories, I usually give the link to the original article, so my readers will have a general idea about how trustful the source is.

See also the discussion here.

Hong Kong schoolboy sends text message suicide note to parents

HONG KONG  - A 13-year-old schoolboy sent a suicide note to his parents by mobile phone text message before leaping to his death from a Hong Kong high-rise flat, a news report said Wednesday. Chan Wai-lok, who jumped from his family's 14th-floor flat early Tuesday morning, wrote in the message, 'Goodbye, daddy and mummy. Mum, don't play mahjong again,' the South China Morning Post reported.

No explicit reason was given for his suicide in the note, the newspaper said. Mahjong is a hugely popular Chinese dominoes-style game played mostly by Hong Kong women for modest wagers. Youth suicide rates in Hong Kong are relatively high with sociologists blaming pressure to succeed at school and lack of communication between working couples and their children. Fifteen Hong Kong secondary school children committed suicide in the 2009-2010 academic year compared to 11 in the previous academic year.

© Deutsche Press Agentur



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