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Mah Jongg Tiles

Mah Jongg tiles have traditionally been made of bone, often with a bamboo backing. Bone tiles can still be found… read more

Mah Jongg Banned?

Did you know? Mah Jongg was banned by the Chinese government from 1949 to 1985.

Joseph Park Babcock

Did you know? Joseph Park Babcock, who worked for the Standard Oil Company in Shanghai in the 1920s, and on… read more

Standard Rules

What You Need To Play: An American Mah Jongg Set consisting of 8 Flowers, 8 Jokers, 4 Red Dragons, 4… read more

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