Mahjong is a game of Chinese origin usually played by four persons with tiles resembling dominoes and bearing various designs, which are drawn and discarded until one player wins with a hand of four combinations of three tiles each and a pair of matching tiles. This subcategory is devoted specifically to Mahjong associations, clubs, and organizations.
American Mah-Jongg Association (AMJA)
Formed in 1999 to promotes the game in the United-States of America.
European Mahjong Association (EMA)
Encourages, disseminates and coordinates the playing of Mahjong in Europe.
A club in Montreal, Quebec, Canada which is open to beginners. In French, English, and Japanese.
News about activities, events and championships organised by the Association of Danish Mahjong Players. Chinese Official International rules in PDF. Summary of Modern Japanese scoring.
National Mah Jongg League (NMJL)
Represents American Maajh players since 1937. Publishes a new set of hands each year.
Windy Chows Mah Jong Club
A club in Adelaide, South Australia.
World Mahjong Federation
An initiative of the Korean based software company TankSoft. Nonprofit organization for promoting Mahjong. Hosts online games and organizes world-wide tournaments with money prizes. In Chinese, English, Korean, and Japanese.
Last update:April 3, 2015 at 6:35:08 UTC