In this discussion, the Chicago Chinese community shares its history and rich connection with Mah Jongg, the game they warmly refer to as “M. J.” We also talk about differences in methods of play, and the game’s important role in both the Jewish and the Chinese American communities.
Welcome to Mission #67. Excited to see how this one plays out...(play video)WHAT'S NEXT?Please share your ideas/experiences in the comment section below. It'll be helpful (and fun) to see how the different cards spark different ideas for each of us.
We're spending part of today's program exploring why we game and what games say about the cultures that play them.Jay Tummelson really likes German board games. It was his idea to bring the popular German game "Settlers of Catan" to the American market.