School headmaster modifies mahjong to assist English study

2016-06-03 05:51:08 GMT2016-06-03 13:51:08(Beijing Time) Ecns.cn
Students play mahjong with modified tiles at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. The game is usually played by four people with a set of 136 tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols. School headmaster Tian Jingyun has placed English letters on the tiles so players can form different words in playing. The school also has poker cards and Go pieces that have English letters on them to help students with their English study. (Photo/IC) Students play mahjong with modified tiles at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. The game is usually played by four people with a set of 136 tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols. School headmaster Tian Jingyun has placed English letters on the tiles so players can form different words in playing. The school also has poker cards and Go pieces that have English letters on them to help students with their English study. (Photo/IC)
Modified mahjong tiles at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. (Photo/IC) Modified mahjong tiles at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. (Photo/IC)
A student plays mahjong with modified tiles at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. (Photo/IC) A student plays mahjong with modified tiles at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. (Photo/IC)
A teacher shows mahjong tiles that have been modified to help with learning English at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. (Photo/IC) A teacher shows mahjong tiles that have been modified to help with learning English at Jitou Middle School in Chengdu City, the capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, May 31, 2016. (Photo/IC)
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