Chinese Checkers, or Stern-Halma, is a version of Halma supporting up to six players. Parenthetically, it is neither Chinese nor is it Checkers. In many countries, it's known as Chinese Chess or China-Chess which is even less accurate and definitely shouldn't be confused with Xiangqi which is the true Chess variant from China.
Players jump over their own and/or their opponents' pieces with the objective of being the first to move all their pieces from one side to the opposing side.
In the standard way of playing this game, to hop a piece, your piece must be beside it, and jumps to the vacant space immediately past the piece you have hopped (and, of course, you can move in a chain of hops).
To make the game much more interesting, adjust the rule so that you can move over any number of empty spaces, then over the piece, provided that you then move over the same number of spaces on the other before you land. Of course, your move must be in a straight line. So if you jumped one vacant space then a piece, you move over one more vacant space before you land. You are only allowed to jump one piece, so if there is a vacant space, and a piece, and another vacant space, then another piece, your move is blocked, likewise if there is a vacant space, two pieces, and another vacant space. You could also jump two vacant spaces, three vacant spaces, and so on. The rule about a chain of hops still holds.
This is the original file from which I made the second, smaller board for my Game Crafter edition of Hex Halma. It is provided here so that others may adapt to other printers, such as SuperiorPOD. To use with TGC, the file had to be lightened so as not to print too darkly.