Day 13: Offcial Mahjonger
Since I am studying Mahjong, I thought it might be a nice idea to learn how to play. Amy, one of our chaperones, took me out to to find some people that were playing. Their is a never-ending supply of Mahjongers in Xizhou. First, we went to a table of men who, by Amy’s standards, were incredibly fast. I enjoyed watching them shuffle around the blocks and hearing them talk about how they were gonna beat their friend. The second table we went to was a group of middle aged woman. They played a slower game except more challenging. The last table we went to was at the community center. Amy kept explaining to me the whole time we were walking about how to play and what I need to know about. It felt like I understood what she was saying, but as soon as I started playing with the women at the community center, I had no clue at all. I’m glad I learned though, so I can know even more about the topic I am studying. I’m one of those people who needs to do it in order to understand it. I can’t just read information of the internet. I need to be apart of action, the circle.Let’s get to the real story..they whooped me! Those ladies beat me bad. Next time I’m going to go back there and battle them until they know who’s the queen of Mahjong.