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Published: 06 Dec 2011 10:00AM (Singapore)
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“Choozing” life the fun way
Go on an adventure with “iChoozeLife”, an anti-drug simulation iPhone game application launched by the Central Narcotics Bureau as part of their preventive drug education efforts.
 
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