During this 3 hours mahjong course, you’ll be taken into an authentic Xi'an Mahjong house. You’ll go to a cozy room to learn how to play the famous traditional Chinese game-mahjong, with an English speaking guide. You’ll learn rules in an easy way and then test your master's degree with a local tea. If you want to test your game intelligence and deep into the local life. You can not miss mahjong experience when you visit Xi'an
Learn the game that has stood the test of time! Mahjong for Beginners is a dynamic workshop that is both informative and challenging. Our host Cheryl explains the history of Mahjong in China, as well as good strategies for winning. Under Cheryl's guidance, test your new Mahjong skills and impress your friends!
During this 3 hours mahjong course, you’ll be taken into an authentic local spice market to explore it and learn different species of Sichuan spices and ingredients that will be used in the Sichuan cuisine. After that, you’ll go to a cozy room with Chinese characteristics and learn how to play the famous traditional Chinese game, mahjong, with a English speaking guide. You’ll learn rules in an easy way and then test your mastery degree with a local tea. If you want to test your intelligence, you can not miss mahjong when you visit Chengdu.
MahJong is a tile-based game that was developed in China during the Qing dynasty and has spread throughout the world. In this experience, you will not only know how to play Mahjong, but also the tremendous impact that Mahjong causes on people and the society, especially in Chengdu.• Easy to learn from a local English-speaking guide.• Having a traditional Chinese covered-bowl tea.• Walking at People's Park to feel the local life.
Learn to play mahjong in the country where the popular game started during this private lesson. A favorite pastime in Chengdu, mahjong is an important social activity for all ages. With an instructor-guide, you'll visit a local teahouse to learn the rules of the game. After practicing, you can try playing a round with some Chengdu locals at the teahouse. Choose either a morning or afternoon lesson to suit your schedule. Includes one cup of tea.
We will have our photo tour on the street while experiencing the most authentic street view of Hong Kong.You will learn about Neon Sign in Hong Kong, some Hong Kong history and practical technique and skill to take stunning Instagram photos in Hong Kong during this experience.We will explore and photograph the neon lights and beautiful night scenes in Jordan, Yau Ma Tei. Stop 1️⃣: Yau Mei Tei Neon Sign & basic framing technique ( Mahjong School & 70s local HK restaurant)Stop 2️⃣: Neon Sign of A Spa in Yau Mei Tei & taking photo using reflectionStop 3️⃣: Yau Mei Tei Car Park ( View the temple street at the 8/F)Stop 4️⃣: Temple StreetStop 5️⃣: More Neon SignStop 6️⃣: Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop - a MICHELIN Guide Restaurant (Trying a Michelin Dish with $5 USD )Stop 7️⃣: Ocean Terminal Deck (The Best Venue to Enjoy Hong Kong nightscape with 270-degree Panorama of Victoria Harbour)
We bring you to the adorable pandas, Leshan Budahha and more! Join us to find out a full story of these precious neighbors and treasure of human beings!The People’s Park is definitely the best place to immerse in the living of Chengdu, and we can spend a day with Martial art, Calligraphy, Tea, even Mahjong game!!Looking solemn and stately, the Buddha is 71 meters high. As a colossal statue, the Buddha is so awe-inspiring that every pious Buddhist feels compelled to fall to his knees and to pray for blessings and safety in life. And get more local experiences by visiting a tea plantation in the mountains and traveling away from the ordinary we find out the lifestyles of the 50s in a lost town Spend a day expanding your food knowledge and tasting delicious Chengdu cuisine on this exciting foodie experience. You’ll explore a local spice market with a guide, learn about local ingredients, and then the cooking class will be carried out in a traditional Sichuan style courtyard.
· Get a feel for socializing in an old-time atmosphere - learn Hangzhou-style Mahjong and spend an elegant and fun-filled night playing the game loved by all, common folk and nobles alike.· Be invited to the offices of the Hangzhou International Community to get first-hand information on the new, expat-focused government policies that will make study, life and starting a business in Hangzhou more convenient! Speak direct with the Deputy Director and get all the info you need in a Q&A session. · Localize! Let born-and-bred Hangzhouer Jason help you adapt even further into the Hangzhou environment – attend his Hangzhou-dialect Daily-use Expressions class.· Refresh yourself by drinking the precious Pre-Ming Dynasty Longjing green tea. We’ve also prepared fruit and other tea snacks to nibble as you go.5. We’ve prepared natural plant perfume scent bags, folding fans, ’Nine-note’ Red Plum Tea and other distinctly local gifts to give to all of you – our up-coming newbie Hang’Mah stars!
We play them to pass the time at family functions, or to relax after a long day of work or school. But board games say so much more than we think — about our relationships, our politics, our histories. We learn the storied history of Mahjong, play a few classic games with some modern twists, and consider the mental brutality that is competitive chess. [Broadcast Date: November 30, 2019] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anne Strainchamps. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/190131/rt_tbon_190131_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.