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About 30,000 Chinese New Yorkers per week board discount buses that take them from Chinatown to casinos outside the city — buses like the one that crashed last weekend on a return trip from a Connecticut casino, killing 15 passengers.
As a result, Mr. Yee said, when gambling becomes a problem, people don't seek treatment "until they are totally lost — until they lose their homes, their jobs, their families."
"We incorporate it in all major celebrations, and it's for money — playing cards, dice, pai gow," he said.