Children awarded for good storytelling

Director-General of IPRD U Ye Naing presents awards to a good storyteller. Photo: MNA
Director-General of IPRD U Ye Naing presents awards to a good storyteller. Photo: MNA

The second day of Children’s Literature Festival hosted primary school level and middle school level story telling contests yesterday evening at the Aung Kyaw Hall of Basic Education High School No.6 Botahtaung, Yangon.
Director-General of Information and Public Relations Department U Ye Naing presented awards to the first, first runner up and second runner up students and Yangon Region Education Department Deputy Director General Daw Khin Mar Swe presented awards to five consolidation prize winners of middle school level story telling contest.
U Thein Swe secretary of Alumni Association of Saint Paul’s School awarded the first, first runner up and second runner up winners and U Aye Kywel Deputy Director-General of Information and Public Relations Department awarded the five consolidation prize winners of primary school level story telling contest.
Also, officials presented awards to the game winners at the festival. Football and Htote Si Htoe (border-crossing game) competition are also to continue.
A total of 58 students are to take part at the ad-lib contest which will be held today, it is learnt.
At the evening, Saint Paul’s School alumni singers, Myanmar Peace Music Festival award winning singers and guest singers entertained the audiences to the accompaniment of Myanma Radio and Television (MRTV) music band at the Children’s Literature Festival.
Myanma Radio and Television (MRTV) music band will entertain from 4pm to 8pm today, the final day of Children’s Literature Festival.—Aung Min Han

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