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Sim Democracy, an educational board game, is teaching students across Asia about law, budget spending and representative government

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'We used to run the country. And we could manage the economic crisis. We are experienced enough to manage the country again. Please vote for us." 

While the students are enjoying themselves, they also learn how to live and work in a democratic community.

As one of the teams sold their policies and boasted their previous experience, hoping to be re-elected, another group was ready for electioneering.

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