The Youth and Literary Arts Exhibition as a gesture of hailing Diamond Jubilee Independence Day continued its second day at the Myanmar International Convention Centre-II in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
A large number of ministries’ staff, families, students, youths and children visit in the exhibition.
The booths of the Ministry of Science and Technology featured innovations of technological universities such as fire detection systems, indoor gymnasiums, quality checks on crops on smartphones or laptops, AI robots and hydroponics.
Moreover, it included displays of a digital city to uplift the living standard, sensor-based communication systems between humans and animals, power transmission using tesla coil, oil refinery, IT-based Ayeya Farming Solutions, networking, automatic colour mixing and filling machines and so on.
Similarly, the Ministry of Information and the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture opened book shops for students and young people.
Besides such programmes, the exhibition became more alive for its special entertainment movie programmes – Kyee Myat Thaw Myanmar (Noble Myanmar), Never Shall We Be Enslaved (Thu Kyun Ma Khan Pyi) and Nga Ba and singing sessions of artistes.
Moreover, officials displayed the movie-making materials of Kyi Myat Thaw Myanmar film, the first 3D film in Myanmar.
Moreover, MRTV arranged a news studio where people can read news like news announcers and take photos.
The News and Periodicals Enterprise also explained to visitors that they can read the Myanma Alinn, Kyemon (The Mirror) and The Global New Light of Myanmar which covers local and international news on www.mdn.gov.mm website and Mobile Application for free any time.
The booths of the Ayeyawady Region also featured the making of Pathein Umbrella and the region’s food.
The Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association also displayed the records of their activities in promoting the health, education and living standard of women and children across the nation.
The event also included fun fair games and quizzes of ministries concerned with youths and children and award-giving programmes.
Moreover, 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.
It also included photo displays of the “Hlapa Thaya Pyi Myanmar” (Beautiful and Pleasant Myanmar) colour photo contest marking Diamond Jubilee Independence Day and photos of the writers of the 20th century.
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. Therefore, students, youths and children should participate in the event without fail. – Myo Sett Thit/KTZH