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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
John McDonough
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Benedikt Rosenau
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
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There are two animals in this Chinese version of Chess.

There is the classic Knight (or Horse). However the Chinese Knight is not as good at jumping pieces as the Western Knight, if you shove a guy right in front of him he can't jump it. Here is a wikipedia image of the rule, and it does add an interesting wrinkle to the defending against/attacking with the knight.



There is also the elephant / minister (the two chinese characters sound the same so the are used for the same piece). This one is a little less exciting in that all it does is move diagonally exactly two vertices (chinese chess is played on the vertices, not in the spaces of the grid). However it cannot cross the river in the middle of the board (not sure why knights can but elephants can't but I guess it might be much asking about theme). BTW this guy can also be blocked if you place a guy in the middle vertice.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
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This is for Wooden Chinese Chess
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size box closed 30'8 x 16'4 cm

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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
Jason Monroe
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http://www.boardspace.net/english/about_xiangqi.html
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
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So tactile you might throw your back out while playing.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
Christopher DeFrisco
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Ashland
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Very nifty set of KiangQi.
The pieces are heavy, rough, stone (pottery?)... Original_CorPse described these as "charmingly shoddy". A fairly apt description, although I'm not sure if I would use the word "shoddy", but they are most definitely charming. This was something I was planning to display in the house somewhere as they look very cool, but couldn't figure out a good way to show them off.

Note: This is just a set of the pieces and does not come with the board or rules.

My set comes in a hard, blue plastic case that snaps shut.
This is a heavy set, although it will certainly fit within a medium, flat-rate box.

I'll take some images and post them soon.
Better late than never I suppose...
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
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黑炮事件 (Hei pao shi jian) - Huang Jianxin (China, 1985)
aka The Black Cannon Incident [en] / L'affaire du canon noir [fr]

The film is titled after the name of a xian qi piece. Explaining the title is a spoiler in itself.

A translator is placed under surveillance by the political police and even prevented from carrying out his usual job because he has sent a mysterious telegram stating “room 301 find lost black cannon” and is viewed as a potential industrial spy (he usually works as an interpreter for a German company who sells heavy machinery to the Chinese). In the end,

Spoiler (click to reveal)
the political police opens up a package sent to him and finds out that the mysterious black cannon was nothing more than a xian qi piece the translator had forgotten in a hotel room. The translator reflects on the disruptions this has brought to his life, while he watches some kids using bricks as dominoes in the street...


If I remember well (I saw it many many years ago), I'd say it's only worth a watch for the curiosity factor and for how it reflects a particular time in history. Chinese films of the time did send mixed messages both to the Western audience and, I am guessing, to the Chinese audience as well. It is a political satire that criticizes bureaucracy and the police state, but it also carries out the Chinese government message about transitioning to market economy.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
p55carroll
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I don't know--but with the right intonation, it's probably hilarious in Chinese.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
Simon Blome
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Herne
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
Benedikt Rosenau
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Of all the Chaturanga games, Xiangqi leaves most options for an early end, especially if you are not experienced.
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p55carroll
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The OP probably has a better chance than I do of pronouncing this one correctly. I kinda know how it's supposed to sound, but I can still only approximate it. (And forget about the tones!)
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
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I've had that "what was I thinking" feeling so many times now that I no longer even notice when it occurs.

One of many examples: I have a decent Xiangqi set with Westernized pieces. It's not an everyday occurrence (sadly), but I do on occasion manage to convince someone to play. The Western pieces serve their purpose, and the game gets played enough to justify it's existence in my collection.

But something about playing a game with inauthentic pieces bothers me. It evokes a feeling akin playing a bootleg version of a videogame, where Mario is replaced by a Korean snack-food mascot and Bowser is a tomcat with a prominent erection. The important parts of the game are completely in tact, but the experience somehow feels cheapened.

So I bought a second set, with an authentically shitty thin plastic "board" and nice chunky pieces with - crucially - the traditional Chinese characters inscribed on them.

Predictably, the "authentic" set hasn't been played once.



Oh, and with everything I said above, you can also replace "Xiangqi" with "Shogi." Yeah...shake

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Do I have to learn Chinese to play this game?

And same for Shogi and all the other east Asian chess variants.
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
Calvin Daniels
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Ditto chess comments in China
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Board Game: Xiangqi [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:751]
Keng Leong Yeo
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They are almost always in Fan Ti form (old form).

Words found on the seeds:
將: Read "jiāng" and means "general".
帥: Read "shuài" and means "overall in command".
士 or 仕: Both read "shì" and broadly means "bodyguard". Could also mean "higher ranking soldier".
相: Read "xiàng" and means "prime minister".
象: Also read "xiàng" but means "elephant".
馬: Read "mǎ" and means "horse".
車: Almost always read "chē" and means "car" but read "jū" only in the context of xiangqi and means "chariot".
炮 or 砲: Both read "pào" and means "cannon".
兵: Read "bīng" and means "soldier".
卒: Read "zú" and also means "soldier".

Words sometimes found on the river:
楚河: Read "chǔ hé" and means "Chu river".
漢界: Read "hàn jiè" and means "Han border".
I believe the above is connected to the rise of the Han dynasty, around 200BC, where the states of Chu and Han were at war with each other and the border between the two states was known as "楚河漢界".
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On the drive home earlier, I was hoping to hit a couple of shops, but could only get to one, as the other was closed at 3:00. Sorry for the inconvenience, the sign said. Sure, like a sign can have any empathy for a human. Don't try to kid a kidder.

The other shop had nary nothing, except for a XaingQi set. It has fantastic wooden pieces. Diameters larger than a loonie, carved symbols, maybe a tad sloppy with the paint but still quite nice. It also comes with a craptacular plastic sheet of a board. Which makes the game quite portable, but still, sheety plastic is a drag. I'll need to replace that...

$2. Salvation Army Thrift Store.
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A garden? that is to small, I guess I need a whole forrest for my game...

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John McDonough
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OK, this list might be a bit heavy on the chess variants.
 
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Arriving in Taiping, Malaysia we headed out in the evening to get ourselves orientated. We passed a Chinese restaurant (the majority of restaurants in Malaysia are Malay-Chinese owned) and spotted two guys playing XiangQi. We wandered over to watch and I managed to get a bit of a game in as we chatted away to these guys. The game peetered out and they moved on to helping us see the city. Then commenced a drive around the city streets at night which unfortunately provided fairly useless the next day as we couldn't work out where anything we'd seen was!

Still, I was pleased to have played some real XiangQi. I still have a lot to learn, most notably the characters and their movement.
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We later saw XiangQi players depicted on a temple wall in Kedah province, Malaysia. It was an unusual temple being entirely surrounded by Palm Oil plantations and the only access is via plantation tracks, no major roads for a few kilometres.
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We saw more XiangQi played throughout Cambodia, this picture from Kampung Chnnang on Tonle Sap lake.

I started learning some XiangQi in Vietnam where we've seen XiangQi played every other Coffee shop along the road. We literally see a coffee shop on average every 50 metres through the Mekong river Delta. We must've seen 1000 games of XiangQi being played along the way. Inevitably I ended up picking up the courage to try the game. We stopped at a coffee shop for a refreshing drink around midday and I sat down next to an empty board. This caused some considerable interest and I was soon surrounded by a dozen Vietnamese and sitting opposite me was someone who professed to be the #1 in Vietnam (unlikely but amusing nonetheless). I was repeatedly crushed but I think I learned alot.

Days later we stopped at another coffee shop with three active tables and a pile of others stacked in the corner. The shop owner challenged me and we had some reasonably close games though I wasn't able to press any of the advantages I managed to wrangle, with the tide turning late in each game.



Kathryn taught the owner's son to play Spit! which had him laughing for twenty minutes as he learned and played the game. It was nice to share something so different with these game loving people.

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The world biggest Chinese Chess on the mountain top outside Dali, China.


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