Mahjong popular not just with S'poreans, but also expatriates

(From right) Ms Yvonne Daymond, Ms Sue Chamberlain, Ms Melinda Walley and Ms Marta Rabins playing a game of mahjong on March 25, 2021.
(From right) Ms Yvonne Daymond, Ms Sue Chamberlain, Ms Melinda Walley and Ms Marta Rabins playing a game of mahjong on March 25, 2021.ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG

SINGAPORE - At least six expatriate associations have mahjong groups, which are made up mainly of trailing spouses.

As the mahjong group coordinator of the Australian and New Zealand Association (Anza), Ms Sue Chamberlain organises weekly games for its more than 100 group members as well as teaches the game to newbies.

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