This work uses the techniques and aesthetics of blue and white porcelain to make China's most traditional game, Mahjong. Blue and white porcelain is one of the most traditional and popular ceramic styles in China. I want to discuss whether people can treat a game of folk culture with the same attitude when it becomes a kind of art. I want to know when the material has been replaced, from a strong material to a fragile material, what will happens to the mentality of people while they are playing the game. In addition, refined people and the royal court in ancient China both regarded appreciation of porcelain as a very elegant entertainment. When these two kinds of attitude overlap, do people increase the joy of the game or hinder the enjoyment of the game?