Thursday 02 April 2015

Mad About Mah Jongg: Child's Play

Tracy's students."The real story, though, is what Tracy does during the school year. Several years ago, she found that her gifted students were covering the curriculum quickly, and she wanted to find an activity that would challenge and stimulate them. She decided to teach them mah jongg!"

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Japan, Japan!

I close my eyes now and I see Tokyo as it probably is today. People are scared. There are less of them in the streets. They are hurrying as ever, but they are hurrying to get home, to close doors and windows. The mahjong parlors probably will be empty and most likely there will be no chit-chat and happy faces in the restaurants.

I think of my friends. Even when they are well, I know they are worried very much, and scared for their folks and family.

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How I long to see them back, to hugh them again and see their happy faces again. How I would like to see Japan smile again.
Japan, my thoughts are with you. All the time. Till the next, happy time.

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1Monday, 21 March 2011 20:12
Ildiko Hargitai
I asked Idota (Koji) and he say he and he is friends are ok.
That is something, and we will meet in Mestre. (I hoppe!)
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