Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Drawing contest: Ideas for Early Childhood Elementary School students



Ministry of Education has launched a contest idea first three babies for elementary school students nationwide. The contest consists of three rounds: Painting, Make and model presentations. Thereby, the organizers will select 30 best models in the final.

Contest by Honda Vietnam in cooperation with the Department of Elementary Education - Ministry of Education and Training institutions.
Starting in 2002 in Japan, to present the contest idea babies were present 8 consecutive years in Japan, 5 years in Thailand. Vietnam is the first third of this contest and this year is the 3rd year Vietnam contest. The purpose of this contest is to encourage the creativity of the young, wings and the dreams that dream into reality.

Younger children may participate as individuals or in groups (maximum 3 members / group). Each group or each contestant will be sent up to five ideas (5 pictures).

The organizers received entries from this competition to end on 05/29/2010.
Contest Address: Ms. Tran Thi Hien, Honda Vietnam Co., Level 7, Tower Viet Tower, No. 1 Thai Ha, Hanoi, or Ms. Mai Cao Luan, Honda Vietnam Co., 8th Floor, the Zen Plaza, 54-56 Nguyen Trai Street, District 1, HCMC.

Estimated award ceremony will take place in mid August 2010. The organizers will select the 10 best works to be awarded include: two first prizes (a tour of Japan scholarships worth $ 300), second prize (a tour of Japan Scholarship $ 200 dollars), second prize (a tour of Japan scholarships worth $ 100) and Honda 4 prize ($ 200 scholarship).

As known, for each picture received, Honda Vietnam will be extracted for 10,000 dong to support charitable activities to help children in difficult circumstances.

In 2009, with nearly 37 thousand paintings participate in the contest, the children have contributed nearly 370 million in charity work as extremely significant support eye surgery, donated wheelchairs, scholarship for poor children.

Hong Hanh

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