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"Working toward intercultural understanding and world peace may seem like serious business, but to Tamar Meshulam, it's a game.
"Not just any game, however, - a large, beautifully designed prize-winning game.
"A unique project that Meshulam designed and built, entitled 'Master Peace' won first place at the recent UNESCO Design contest in Japan, which has been held annually every five years in order to encourage young designers to develop creations that contribute to society and help to change the world for the better.
"The contest, which carried a $10,000 prize, included more than 700 entrants from around the world, with a different theme each year. This year's theme was interpersonal communication, with the title 'Love/Why?'"