I appeared in Star Weekend's article "Games You Can Grasp", which talks about the board games that I would play in the weekends in Bangsar. My friends, Harris and Stefan (son of Dad's friend Priscilla) were featured prominently.
“With computer games, you only interact with the screen; you can’t think out of the box because everything has already been programmed. It’s like watching TV – you just sit down and let the computer do all the work for you,” says Tho. “With board games, you get to use your critical thinking skills and even go around the rules if you want. Basically, you get to be creative.”
As Dawson puts it: “In board games, you actually have a chance – even at the end of the game – to make a comeback.”