The game is known as Mahjong, Mah Jong, Mah Jongg, Pung Chow, Ma Jeuk, Pe Ling, Tung Wah, Ma Chiang, Ning Po, and Ma Jung--just to name a few.
It doesn't matter if you're playing Hong Kong Style, National Mah Jongg League, Japanese Style, Philippines Style, Singapore Style or your own house rules. The basic game of the "Four Winds" is the same. "Pung...Chow...Kong...Sihk!"
Originating in China a long time ago--exactly when is still being debated--mahjong has enjoyed a 21st Century rebirth in popularity. Back in 1920, an American named Joseph Babcock introduced "Mah Jongg" to the United States and ever since, it has been a popular game here and the world over.
Do you love to play mahjong? Do you have a set that you can't use because you're missing one or more tiles? Do you use the National Mah Jongg League Standard Hands, but need extra flower or joker tiles? Do you have an old set that has mismatched or off-colored tiles? Do you just need a few spare tiles?
If you answered, "YES!" to any of these questions, we hope mahjongtiles™ will help you.