Youth and Literary Arts Exhibition concludes successfully

The Youth and Literary Arts Exhibition held as a gesture of hailing Diamond Jubilee Independence Day continued its fourth day at the Myanmar International Convention Centre-II in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
As it was last day of the exhibition, the booths of the ministries concerned and the Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association were crowded with visitors.
The students and youths were interested in the displays of Nay Pyi Taw Police Force as they featured security, the rule of law and criminal cases, public services, capacity building, cartoon displays of traffic rules and regulations, actions on gambling and other matters and special security equipment used by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Moreover, the Ministry of Transport and Communications displayed the transportation services including the shipbuilding processes, research paper, water flow metre and satellite-based location altimeter of the Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River Systems.
Similarly, the booths of the Road Transport Administration Department featured the diesel engine, traffic rules, and vehicles used in different times of history and the displays of Myanma Railways included Yangon circular train, railway, diesel-electric locomotives and other locomotives.
The students and youths also observed the cyber security section and the Myanmar Posts and Telecommunications also conducted MPT Sim Card registration and MPT Pay Account services at their booths.
The students, youths and cultural dancing troupes participated in fun fair games and quizzes.
Moreover, officials displayed the movie-making materials of Kyee Myat Thaw Myanmar film, the first 3D film in Myanmar.
The booths of the Ayeyawady Region also featured the making of Pathein parasol and the region’s food.
The festival intends to encourage students to read books and journals, know the benefits of literature, uplift patriotic spirit and dignity through arts with the knowledge of the history of independence and know peace, stability and development of the country including the lovely culture of rural regions and to love their regions and states via photo contests and to understand activities of ministries concerned through the booths. — Hein Min Soe/Than Min Aung/KTZH

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