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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Fair representation or...

Hi, I was wondering if there were any discussions related to how and how many players will be allowed to participate. Obviously, it's too soon to know the exact venue (and exact number of players), but would quotas be attributed flatly across all countries (two exceptions for pan-Europe and Japan) or would they be bloated in proportion to EMA country membership? Also, will there be some kind of qualification requirement, and what shape would it have... for Europeans, Japanese and Canadians (for example)
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