Chinese Chess, also known as Xiangqi, is a two-player board game. It is one of the most popular pastimes in China and Vietnam.
It resembles chess with two armies fighting to capture the enemy general. Some believe that the game was developed in 204 BC during the period of the Fighting Kingdoms in China to prepare for a battle. Another theory claims that the game began as a simulation of astronomy citing the comparison of "figures" to constellations and the "river" to the Milky Way. Although its origins are uncertain, this set of glasses is sure to bring endless pleasure! Chinese chess, or Xiangqi is a popular past in China and Vietnam
- The transparent glass panel measures 9.75 x 9.75 inches
- Glass play pieces are strategically placed on the points of the rows and ranking lines
- For two players, red and black
- Instructions and game history included
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