Chinese "Go" Game

When: 
Friday, October 11, 2013 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: 
Royce 110

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The game, already well known in the days of Confucius and still wildly popular in Asia, is starkly  different from chess, the classic Western game of strategy.  The object of Go is to place stones on the open board, balancing the need to expand with the need to build protected cluster.  In Chinese, its name, wei qi (roughly pronounced "way-chee"), means the "encirclement game."

For questions, call 608.342.1310 or visit us online at www.uwplatt.edu/confucius.  To register by phone, call 888.281.9472, or register online.

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