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Mahjong Social Players

Course Overview

Join our Mahjong Social Players course for a delightful blend of fun and strategy. Where you can enhance your skills, enjoy social interactions, and experience the timeless joy of this captivating game.

Continue your Mahjong journey with our skill-refining Social Players course, delving into both Eastern and Western styles of play. 

This engaging and strategic game, with a rich history, not only offers fun and stimulation but also enhances cognitive processes.

Whether you're an experienced social player or have completed our Beginners Level 1 & 2 courses, this class is designed to deepen your knowledge and elevate your skills.

Mahjong, a game of strategy, intelligence, and luck, has endured through the ages and is experiencing a renewed popularity across all age groups.

Term Dates

Term 2 runs from Wednesday 1 May to Saturday 29 June (depending on the class you attend)

Term 3 runs Saturday 20 July to Thursday 19 September (depending on the class you attend)

Term 4 runs from Saturday 12 October to Thursday 12 December (depending on the class you attend)

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Allen Ling

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Allen Ling

Hi u2013 I am Allen.I have been teaching Mahjong at NSCC since 2022. I started learning Mahjong when I was in my teens and so have experienced this amazing game since 2008. I am a Mahjong tournament director and run Mahjong tournaments all around Australia and thoroughly enjoy meeting and teaching lots of people with varying levels of experience from beginners to experts of Mahjong. I won the championship of Mahjong Australia tournament in 2011 and again in 2015 and reached runner up in 2017. I love to play lots of different styles of Mahjong rules such as Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan. I enjoy teaching eastern style and western style.

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(02) 9922 2299
Monday to Friday - 10:00am to 6:00pm
220 Miller St, North Sydney - Back of Ted Mack Civic Park