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AAW Game Night
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RPI's Asian Awareness Weekend (AAW) group will be running an Asian Game Night in the near future.

What: AAW Game Night
Date: 11/14/09 (Sat)
Note: Only open to club members of those participating in AAW.

In addition:
  • Ice cream sundae bar (free)
  • Caram Board
  • Mahjong
  • Card Games
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#2
This sounds really fun! What is Caram? Will you be doing the Karaoke for them?
"A marvelous planitarium, don't you think? With it, I can project fairytale illusions onto the walls and show the innocent their dreams. A shadow play for those who desperately wish for something eternal, for the power of miracles... but no place exists above this room."
~Akio
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#3
sounds like a grand old time Big Grin
“Wishing for tomorrow... my soul shatters. My pride is broken. My wing is broken. I am no longer able to fly...”
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#4
*coughs*
(11-03-2009, 04:47 PM)chrono Wrote: Hope to see you there! (I will be there running karaoke LOL)

I have no idea what Caram is LOL

^^
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#5
I love mahjong...
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#6
I play on the computer which is like matching but I don't think thats traditional mahjong which I have no idea how to play.
"A marvelous planitarium, don't you think? With it, I can project fairytale illusions onto the walls and show the innocent their dreams. A shadow play for those who desperately wish for something eternal, for the power of miracles... but no place exists above this room."
~Akio
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#7
LOLZ!!!!!!!!!! That's exactly what I play! Ok, nevermind then, I'd prolly fail so hard at 'real' Mahjong. XD!!!!!!!!!!1
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#8
I think of traditional mahjong reminds me of poker meets tiles...idk
"A marvelous planitarium, don't you think? With it, I can project fairytale illusions onto the walls and show the innocent their dreams. A shadow play for those who desperately wish for something eternal, for the power of miracles... but no place exists above this room."
~Akio
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#9
Here is some info on the games:

http://www.chinatownconnection.com/mahjong_rules.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrom
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#10
Oh! I used to have an American Carrom set when I was young!!
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