Bonfire for closing ceremony of camp for Grade 11 outstanding students (Ngwesaung)

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Outstanding students are seen enjoying the beach bonfire.

The closing ceremony of the camp for Grade 11 outstanding students (Ngwe saung) of the 2022-2023 academic year was held at Yamonnar Oo Hotel at Ngwesaung Beach in Ayeyawady Region yesterday.
In his opening speech, Ayeyawady Region Chief Minister U Tin Maung Win said the outstanding students can take rest at the beach while making excursions in the region. The students from different schools will remember beautiful memories in the region.
Then, the officials of the Myanmar Hoteliers Association (Ngwesaung Zone) donated cash to the regional officials. The region chief minister and other relevant officials presented gifts to the students and one of the students expressed thanks to the officials.
During the second session of the campfire ceremony, the students sang a song for unity, sent up the hot-air balloons and set off fireworks.
The outstanding students from Ngwesaung camp attended the talk show about Artificial Intelligence (AI) in ICT conducted by Dr Maung Maung Oo, Executive Member of Myanmar Computer Professionals Association and Patron of the Region Computer Professionals Association and another show about the hotels and tourism sector by Director U Aung Thu Oo of Directorate of Hotels and Tourism at the hotel on the same morning. — Wun Yan Kha/KTZH

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