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MAH JONGG IN OUR LIVES

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Although this article is long, I think you will love every word of it. It is from the July 1st, 2010 edition of Lilith Magazine (the wonderful feminist magazine). The first part of the article, Mah Jongg in the Lives of Jewish Women was written by Sarah Blustain and the second part, Tiles & Tribulations was written by Blustain and Dorothy Stern.

I will be interested to hear your comments, especially about Arthur Schwartz‘s remarks (actually, his mother’s theory) about why we play Mah Jongg and gaming in general.

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REASONS WHY WE LOVE MAH JONGG

Here’s the next Yahoo Contributor article, this time written by Rachel Heller in 2010.

Five Reasons Why Mah Jongg is a Great Game

Hobbies are great to have because they are ways to relax after work. My hobbies include
reading, writing poetry, cooking international dishes, and baking. I also love to play board
games such as Monopoly and Trivial Pursuit. Recently, I have discovered a new hobby, playing
Mah Jongg. Mah Jongg is a tile game that Jewish women like to play, at least once a week.
However, other women like to play this tile game too.
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