The second of the Chinese Four Arts is called „Qi“. Often this is translated as „Chess“, but the term describes all logical thinking games. Some see it as referring to „Xiangqi“, Chinese Chess, but that game’s tradition was among the working classes and not a suitable art for a gentleman. It is more commonly recognised that the game referred to is the classic game Weiqi (pronounced „way-chee“). Weiqi means the surrounding game. In the west Weiqi is known as Go.

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