In play we trust: Adults become kids again through toys and other play experiences

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There's no reason why adults shouldn't play. After all, play improves imagination, creativity and problem-solving. Here are some more reasons to do so.
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SINGAPORE - Grounded by the pandemic, airline pilot John Woo spent more time at home and returned to a childhood interest - building Lego sets.

The 42-year-old says: "I've been interested in Lego since I was a boy, but could never afford them. Now that I'm financially stable, I can finally start collecting Lego again and enjoy the building process with my kids."

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