Mah Jongg is considered to be the national game of China. The game has a fascinating history, with roots tracing back to versions played by educated men in the 1300s. Throughout the years, it evolved into the version played today by millions of people around the world. The rituals of the game and the tiles themselves provide an insight into Chinese culture and art. Spend a bit of time exploring the mysterious images on the tiles, and, by doing so, see how the game offers a view into this ancient culture.
10–10:30 a.m. Light breakfast and coffee served
10:30 a.m.–noon Lecture
Registration required. No walk-ins.
This lecture is part of the Morning Coffee & Conversation Lecture Series
Jewish Studies programming is supported by the Fund for the Jewish Future of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, and The Laura and Alvin Siegal College of Judaic Studies Educational Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland.