Thursday, 18 October 2012

At the Mahjong Centre

After the Pink Charity Run, my friends and I went searching for breakfast at Pandamaran, Klang.  While walking in the New Village of Pandamaran, we stumbled across a mahjong centre.  It's my first time seeing a mahjong centre and I eagerly went to approach the elderly people inside. Asking around if they would allow me to take their photos. There were a bit hesitant, worried that I might be a journalist and would feature their photos in the local paper, with their faces splashed across the headline!  Ha ha...paying mahjong is a form of gambling and it is considered illegal.  Police would raid this place if they read about it.  With my smile and sincerity, I managed to convince these folks that I was just trying to test my new camera.  Fortunately, I managed to get several of them to smile for me.  Thanks everyone. I had a good time visiting this centre.

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