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#editorial #physical
Mochi stands for "More Chi (氣)", referenced from the internal practice of Chinese Martial Arts. Mochi is a chess game aims at breaking both of the solidified systems of external Martial Arts form and the internal strategy game of chess. By recombining the structure of Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) and transforming the vehicle of Wu Qin Xi (5 Animals Play), chess players can understand the logic of Wu Qin Xi through Mochi, and Martial Arts practitioners can reveal the internal practice behind the form of Martial Arts through Mochi, Therefore, "chi" here also means "qin (animal)" and "qi (chess)"