Opening ceremony of Ngwehsaung Luyechun vacation camp held

Outstanding students performing at the opening ceremony of Ngwehsaung Luyechun vacation camp in Ngwehsaung town, Pathein District. Photo: MNA
Outstanding students performing at the opening ceremony of Ngwehsaung Luyechun vacation camp in Ngwehsaung town, Pathein District. Photo: MNA

The opening ceremony of the 2018 Ngwehsaung Luyechun vacation camp was held at Pearl Ngwehsaung Hotel, Ngwehsaung town, Pathein District, Ayeyawady Region, yesterday morning.
The event started off with the Luyechuns singing the song Bet Sone Luyemon (all round outstanding smart people).
In his speech at the ceremony, Ayeyawady Region Chief Minister U Hla Moe Aung conveyed his government’s happiness in participating in the programme to select and honour the Luyechuns. The chief minister directed the Luyechuns to relax and enjoy the vacation while obtaining regional knowledge. He prayed that the Luyechuns would befriend the ethnic nationals in the union and partake in the development of the country.
Next, Luyechun Project Central Committee Vice Chairman Deputy Minister for Education U Win Maw Tun delivered a welcome speech.
Later, U Hla Moe Aung, (Ayeyawady) region Hluttaw Speaker U Aung Kyaw Khaing, Deputy Minister U Win Maw Tun, region ministers, including the minister for Kayin Ethnic Affairs, and other officials presented the Luyechun students with Luyechun badges.
U Hla Moe Aung and U Win Maw Tun were then presented the camp opening emblem and the commemorative emblem by Ngwehsaung Luyechun vacation camp master Daw Myin Myint Than and a Luyechun (1964-88) Association member.
Following this, three-time Luyechun Ma Pan Phyu Phyu Win gave the vote of thanks on behalf of the Luyechuns, after which the students from Pathein Basic Education Middle School and the Luyechuns sang songs.
Later, the chief minister, region Hluttaw speaker, deputy minister, region ministers and officials had lunch with the Luyechuns.
Later in the afternoon, the Luyechun students enjoyed activities at Ngwehsaung Beach. In the evening, they were entertained with songs and dances by students from Ngwehsaung basic education schools and Pyinya Alinga music troupe. —Myo Thu Hein (MNA)

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