Everyone is invited to experience epert Mah Johg lessons given by our very own 1st grade Chinese student Wai Jun Jacobs and Mrs. Lisa Wong Jacobs. Mrs. Jacobs has taught many children as well as adults to play this very fun Chinese game. Her teaching methods are easy to understand and you are sure to start playing on the very same day you start learning! Monday, May 3, 2010 at 2:30. All LJA friends and family are welcome. Chinese Room B3.
Learning to count in Chinese with an abacus is fun! Have you ever tried it? No? Well, you should. Making your own abacus is easy. Stay tuned to Keiki Chinese blog for do-it-yourself abacus building instructions. Get on the road to sharpening your Chinese counting skills with a bedazzled handmade abacus!