Soon, little ones in Singapore will be able to learn about the different races and religions that are on the island state.
This is provided if the Kickstarter-funded board game by Raymond Tay materializes.
Dubbed the Race to Harmony game, Raymond said that the board game aims to teach Singaporeans on the diverse cultural practices and celebrations of various ethnic groups of Lion City.
How does the board game work?
In total, six people can play the game and they have to race against each other by answering questions correctly and expressing themselves.
The game comes with 40 question cards that challenges people’s knowledge about a particular race or religion.
“However, they are subjected to luck as there are positive and negative effects along the journey. At the same time, they will enjoy the beauty of diversity in the game,” the Kickstarter