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Mahjong (or Mah Jongg) is one of
the most fascinating games and has been a favorite among Chinese for centuries.
In the early 1900's, Mahjong found its way to America and Japan and has
become very popular in these two countries.
This is the most played board game
in the world! Some believe that Chinese Chess (or Xiangqi) has a longer
history than its cousin, the Western Chess. Like the Western Chess,
Xiangqi has pawns, knights, rooks, bishops, and kings. However, Xiangqi
has no queens and the presence of cannons add a three dimensional feel
to the game. This game is intriguing.
Go (or Weiqi) is the oldest board
game in the world for a good reason. Go is easy to learn with just
a few simple rules, but profound, so that one would never outgrow the game.
Yet, this game can be enjoyed at all levels, from beginners to professionals.