Students, youths, children engage enthusiastically in 76th Independence Day Youth & Literary Fine Arts Exhibition

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Youths and schoolchildren flock to booths at the 76th Independence Day Youth and Literary Fine Arts Exhibition yesterday.

The Youth and Literary Fine Arts Exhibition, as a gesture of hailing 76th Independence Day, was held at the Wunna Theikdi Gymnasium B in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
The event was crowded with the ministries’ staff, teachers, students, youths and children.
The booths of 14 ministries featured awareness of cyber security, drugs, anti-human trafficking, traffic rules, the record of the State Flag hoisting ceremony, declaration of independence, independence monument, State Flags, honorary titles and medals conferred between 1948 and 2023, record photos of paving Magwayza-Khaunglanphu road in PutaO district of Kachin State, book stalls, mobile book shops and photos of Sarpay Beikman.
Moreover, the event also displayed the historic agreements, documents, stone inscriptions, the national museum, conservation of biodiversity, Myanmar’s ecosystem, forestry, data collection of citizens aged over 10, basic and higher education sectors, electric vehicles, mobile science and technologies, innovations of technological universities and the youths-related activities.
Similarly, the Ministry of Information and Religious Affairs and Culture opened book shops for students and young people.
Besides such programmes, the exhibition became more alive for its special entertainment programmes.
Moreover, MRTV arranged a news studio where people can read news like newscasters and take photos.
Additionally, the visitors to the event were interested in the displays of EVs and Nay Pyi Taw Police Force as they featured security, the rule of law and criminal cases, cartoon displays of traffic rules and regulations, actions on gambling and other matters.
The event also included fun fair games and quizzes of ministries concerned with youths and children.
The festival aims at sharpening the intelligibility and critical thinking of youths, motivating the young people to read books and publications, know the advantages of literature, uplift patriotic spirit, prestige and integrity through literature and fine arts, adore the independence of the nation with the knowledge of independence struggle and sufferings in the colonial era, enjoy peace, stability and beautifying scenes of the nation with development activities as well as panoramic rural scenes to have the soul for adoring the relevant regions and states, and easily know endeavours of relevant ministries through the displays of booths at the event. Therefore, students, youths and children should participate in the event being held from 20 to 22 December. — Myo Sett Thit/KTZH

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