I guess that adults could play too.
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“Sdarch Chorng” or “The King Wants It” is a game that children or teens always play during the full moon time. The number of players are not limited. The players are divided into two groups, a group of boys and a group of girls.
How to Play
One of the players was selected to be the king sitting on a chair or something tall. When he sat on the appropriate place, one of the girls came to whisper to the king that she loved one of the boys then returned to the group. The boy also had to go to the king, if not by name he was whispered earlier, he could whisper to the king as the girl did. But if he was the one who on the name that was whispered, the king would shout, “Eiv Eiv!” Which means “carrying things” and gave that girl a ride on the back of the boy and came to group. When riding, they shout, “Eiv Eiv!” And they will bear down. They shift whispered to the king until they decided to stop playing.
The King is to oversee this with truth and justice. The game is up to the one who do as the king. If the king is prejudice and wants anyone to be carried besides names whispered, he would shout, “Eiv Eiv!” because no player knew he or she had been whispered to the king. But if there is such a bias, player who protested can ask them to switch the one who do as the king. If the king is trustful, the game will be fair played regularly.
This game is a pastime, but it teaches people to loving truth, and justice not to be endowed with 4 negative biases - bias because of love, bias because of anger, bias because of fear, and bias because of confusion. Furthermore, it gives people that before electing their representatives, they must find the right person who really works well and trustfully.
Image curtesy of Commission de Moeurs & Coutumes du Cambodge