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In the year of 1927, a Chinese writer named Hu Shi was contrasting between the national
and pastime of China among other countries. England was diving into cricket whereas America
was playing baseball, and Japan had wrestling. As he analyzed all the games around the
countries, he then contended that the national game for China would be Mahjong (Dixon 14).
Hu Shi thought that game was so fascinating that it should become a great social peril in the
country of China given the hours that the Chinese people were playing the game daily because of
how it signified greatness in pleasure as a diversion. Mahjong has been played in China for
centuries by both the wealthy and the poor and nearly has unrivaled the popularity among all
genders, urbanites, and villagers. The game does not discriminate and is enjoyed by all cultures
and races around the world today.
According to Dixon, “the examination of Mahjong provides people with an opportunity
to elucidate their relationships of leisure and the state, nationalism, and modernity while
shedding light on the social turbulences of the 19th to the 20th centuries (Dixon 14). Mahjong has
been a patented product which has continuously attracted fans in China and those in distant
regions. The game Mahjong began as a four-player game in which was played with a set of 144
tiles that were grouped into two significant sets. Those sets were the number of tiles and the
honor tiles. The number of tiles is divided into three different suits wit...
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