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Introducing some of the most fascinating games of Asia.
Over the past few years mahjong, shogi and weiqi have begun to make an online presence. There are many sites where you can log on and play mahjong with other users worldwide. As mahjong grows in popularity we may find that mahjong sites are likely to adopt some of the same features as popular online bingo sites which hit the Internet by storm a few years ago.
There are a few things that sets oriental games apart from western games such as the rich history, tradition and culture that is intertwined in each oriental game we play.
One of the myths of the origin of mahjong suggests that Confucius, the great Chinese philosopher, developed the game in about 500 BC. This assertion is likely to be apocryphal. According to this myth, the appearance of the game in the various Chinese states coincided with Confucius' travels at the time he was teaching his new doctrines.
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