In an era of abundant entertainment resources, we can easily access a variety of entertainment options. However, many cultural industries and artistic creations have gradually been lost. Therefore, we hope to contribute to the preservation of cultural heritage through different sharing and experiential activities.

We will share diverse cultural information on our platform and collaborate with various cultural industries. With the spirit of preserving tradition while embracing innovation, we aim to create unique experiences that allow everyone to gain a deeper understanding of the stories and history behind cultures. This will broaden your horizons and enable you to appreciate the past and the present.

Hong Kong Mahjong – Arts and Culture

Mahjong culture has a long history and can be considered a witness to the changes in Hong Kong’s history. It is played with small rectangular tiles made of bamboo, bone, or plastic, which are intricately decorated with patterns or characters. In Northern Mahjong, each set consists of 136 tiles, while in Southern Mahjong, there are eight additional flower tiles, including the seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter) and the flowers (Plum, Bamboo, Orchid, Chrysanthemum), making a total of 144 tiles.

However, with the passage of time, we now have more entertainment options, and interpersonal communication has decreased, leading to the gradual loss of many traditional cultures…Hong Kong Mahjong Company, not only continues the efforts of previous generations but also injects new elements into the Mahjong culture industry. Sharing our common beliefs, we strive to contribute to cultural heritage.

The unique travel experience in Hong Kong! Hong Kong Traditional Mahjong School experience. We will guide you to explore the Mahjong School with over 50 years of history, where you can learn about the history and culture of Mahjong. Under professional guidance, you can learn the basic concepts of Mahjong and immediately apply your knowledge in the Mahjong gaming experience. Upon completion of the experience, you will even receive a certificate recognizing your mastery of Mahjong experience. After completing the experience, you will be awarded a certificate to become a Mahjong master!

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Chinese Tea – Chinese philosophy and culture

Tea in China has a history of over 2,000 years, It began in the era of Shennong. Initially used for medicinal purposes, it gradually became a popular beverage in daily life and a traditional aspect of Chinese culture. China’s tea culture is incredibly rich and diverse, with various types of tea produced in different regions. For example, Longjing tea is produced in Hangzhou, Pu’er tea is produced in Yunnan, and Da Hong Pao tea is produced in Wuyi Mountain. Tea can quench thirst, invigorate the spirit, and possess medicinal properties for treating illnesses. It can also cultivate one’s sentiments and elevate people’s moral standards.

Tea culture embody Chinese culture and philosophy, If you want to learn more about the history and culture of tea, we sincerely recommend the book “The Classic of Tea” (Chinese :《茶經》) to all of you. This book provides remarkable contributions to the tea culture by documenting tea cultivation methods, tea-drinking customs, the best water for brewing tea, and tea classification. Lu Yu, revered as the “Sage of Tea,” has had a profound impact on the development of world tea culture. “The Classic of Tea” is considered an important classic work on tea and is widely referenced and studied.

Upcoming Event (Cultural Exploration)

Explore the wisdom of ancient people through history, customs, and diverse cultural industries, experiencing the beauty of integration, innovation, and cultural inheritance.

*Please note that all activities will be open for reservation from 27 May 2024, please stay tuned for further updates.

Hong Kong (Daily available)
– Traditional Mahjong School Experience
– 852 Grooming Experience

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