EAT Chinese Chess Concept by Wang Xiaoman, Han Xiao, Hong Biyun, Huang Jun & Dai Ying

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On February 25, 2012
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EAT Chinese Chess Concept
EAT Chinese Chess Concept by Wang Xiaoman, Han Xiao, Hong Biyun, Huang Jun & Dai Ying replaces the traditional solid wooden chess pieces together with hollow ones in which are akin to be able to wooden caps. Xiangqi is one of the many popular board games within China. According on the rules from the game, when a chess piece can be moved onto a point occupied by a great enemy piece, the latter is actually captured and removed in the board. This procedure is referred to as ‘eating.’ While ‘eating’ occurs, any space requirements to be available at the edge with the board for the removed piece. Eat – Chinese Chess makes things easier through offering stackable wooden chess pieces. The pieces, which can be shaped like caps, can simply always be placed on best of the other person so the game area remains neat as well as orderly.
Design by Wang Xiaoman, Han Xiao, Hong Biyun, Huang Jun & Dai Ying for red dot award

 

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