Monday 02 March 2015

New Mahjong Magazine on the Scene: "The Mahjong Collector"

MahjongCollectorSmall

UNITED KINGDOM, February - Unique to the special interest, print magazine market is the new quarterly magazine, The Mahjong Collector, featuring articles on mahjong history, tile restorations, tile symbolism, set restoration and interviews with collectors. Filled with may stunning photos of a wide variety of tile sets, boxes, and other mahjong paraphernalia.

readmore

 


After the Museum, now the Mah-Jong Shop is for sale

However, neither the closing down of the museum nor the sale of the Mah-Jong Shop is a result of the world-wide credit crises. Jim May, the owner of the museum, felt that the museum was taking too much of his 'quality time' he wanted to give to his family. In the case of Stephan Hilchenbach, his job as an IT-consultant is keeping him so busy that he does not have enough time left for the online shop.

Championship

Stephan HilchenbachStephan started his business as a hobby in 2003. In 2005, he provided the tiles for the first European mahjong championship in Nijmegen. After that championship, mahjong spread at a fast pace all over Europe. Especially, the lovers of the new mahjong competition rules founded national organizations all over the continent. Also, since a couple of years, the interest in the Japanese riichi rules is increasing. The Mah-Jong Shop provided many of the mahjong players with new sets.

Stephan: “Yet, despite the very good prognosis, I have decided to sell the Mahjong shop and I hope to find a worthy successor.”

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website
Comments (2)Comments are closed
1Sunday, 20 February 2011 17:58
Lynn
I once had a set of these hors deuvre toothpicks, so much fun to use when serving the players. Someone borrowed them, I can't remember who, and I would love to buy another set of them. Any idea where to find them?
2Sunday, 20 February 2011 23:22
Adrie van Geffen
Gathering used toothpicks and wash them doesn't sound appealing to me.
With a search on google I found a shop that sells toothpick holders. A mahjongtile to keep (and distribute) you disposable common wooden toothpicks. See for example mydashop
yvComment v.2.01.1


Mahjong News | Copyright © 1997-2015 | About Us | Sitemap | Contact