Chinese? Checkers? Chess?
Chinese Checkers it is called in England. Kinasjakk (Chinese Chess) in Norway. The truth is that it has nothing to do with neither checkers, chess, nor China.
'The Chinese Checkers game board is in the shape of a six pointed star and is playable with two up to six people at the same time. Each player uses pegs or markers of a different color placed within one of the points of the star. The object is to move all your ten pegs across the board (move one step at the time or jump over adjacent pegs) to occupy the star point directly opposite. The player getting all pegs across first wins.' - More.
You can play it here.
(Thanks again to Think Again!)