Friday 31 October 2014

Chinese Ban Officials From Public Mahjong! 

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CHINA - In light of the recent crackdown on public officials accepting bribes in the form of "easy bets" on mahjong, China has taken it's anti-corruption maneuvers one step further and has banned officials from publically playing mahjong.

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RE: RE: MahjongTime deserves to die

(cont.) The continued dominance of MahjongTime is bad for internet mahjong (and in the longer run for mahjong in general. After all, internet mahjong is often the route that sparks interest for real mahjong, and the better the quality of the client, the more likely they are to get into it and thus get on to playing real mahjong), and that's why I'd like to see it bugger off.


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