In 2012, I brought four Monopoly games to Vietnam to use for leadership activities in my classes. The students played in teams, four teams per game. Each team selected a leader. Each leader had to use a difference leadership style; autocratic, consensus, laissez-faire, and democratic (i.e., voting on all decisions). The students later wrote about what it was like in their leadership style teams and what they thought about their experiences. At that time, I was warned that I could get in trouble having a Monopoly game in Vietnam.
Last year, I walked into a Ginko (made in Vietnam) store near my Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) hotel and to my surprise they had a Monopoly game on display at the front of the store - 1880 Saigon Monopoly. I returned later in the afternoon to purchase the beautifully designed game you see above.
The image below is a group of Keuka College business students playing during class to learn about leadership styles in 2013.