Closing ceremonies for Luyechun Recreation Camps held

Luyechun students  visit Htan San Cave in Shan State. Photo: MNA
Luyechun students visit Htan San Cave in Shan State. Photo: MNA

The closing ceremonies for the Luyechun Recreation Camps were held in Ngwesaung, Bagan, and Inle yesterday.
Experts conducted talks on the subjects of IT and hotel business while officials explained the history of Ngwesuang beach to outstanding eleventh-grade students.
A bonfire event that was part of the closing ceremonies of Ngwesaung Luyechun Recreation Camp was held on the sands of Ngwesaung beach in front of the Pearl Ngwesaung Hotel. Outstanding students and supervising teachers then played games, sang songs and exchanged gifts after which they sang the “MyaNandar” song to conclude the event.
Similarly, grade ten outstanding students in Ho Pone Township, Pa’O Self-Administered Zone in southern Shan State visited Htan San Cave, MwaytawKakku Pagoda and Sulamuni Pagoda in Taunggyi and also visted the Taunggyi Myoma Market.
The Shan State Chief Minister hosted a dinner for the outstanding students and a camp closing event with a bonfire was held at the No. 1 Basic Education High School.
Likewise, grade nine outstanding students in Bagan visited Thihoshin Pagoda and Shwe Mote Htaw Pagoda in Pakokku Township and also visited the Pakhangyi Shwemuhtaw Pagoda and Sithushin Tharekkhan Buddha image. The closing celebrations last night included entertainment.—MNA

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