Ancient Games of Asia

July 22-26 {half day camp} 1pm-4pm

Learn to play three ancient games from the other side of the world: Majiang, Go, and Shogi. Majiang (Mah-Jongg) is a tile-based game developed in China during the Qing dynasty. Go is an abstract strategy board game, in which the aim is to surround more territory than the opponent. The game is believed to be the oldest board game still played. Shogi is also known as Japanese Chess.

Facilitator: Michael Coffey
Open to: Middle & High School students entering grades 9-12


Ticket Type Price Spaces
Standard Registration
Registers one student for a half day at PSCS July 22-26
Before/After Camp Care
Campers may be on campus from 7:30am to 5:30pm for an additional fee of $125 per week.


By registering your student to this Puget Sound Community School (PSCS) function, you, as the Parent/Guardian agree to the following:

  1. Remain fully liable for any legal responsibility which may result from any personal actions taken by your student registered for this camp, and for any unforeseen incidents which may result in injury or harm to the student.
  2. The Parent/Guardian permits PSCS to use their student's photos and/or videos taken during this event for marketing purposes.
  3. To cancel registration, the parent/guardian listed on the registration form must email PSCS at 14-days prior to the first day of the function for a partial refund (50% of fee will be retained as deposit).