“Prudential-Good Essay, Good Writing” contest wraps up in Long An

The annual “Prudential-Good Essay, Good Writing” contest 2016 came to an end in the Mekong Delta, with awards given to winners at the regional-level.

The award ceremony honored 40 best students who scored the highest marks from a total 78 contestants of cities and provinces of the Mekong Delta and was held in Long An Province on November 27.

Do Thuy Quynh from Le Hong Phong secondary school in Soc Trang Province won the first prize in the 6th and 7th grade category.

Nguyen Ngoc Truc of the Practical Secondary School under the Tra Vinh University of Pedagogy got the first prize in the 8th and 9th grade category.

Nearly 300,000 students from secondary schools in cities and provinces in the region took part in the writing contest. 78 contestants were selected for the regional-level competition that took place at Tan An City in Long An Province on November 26.

The “Prudential-Good Essay, Good Writing” contest has been organized in the Mekong Delta region since 2004 and attracted more and more students every year, aiming to encourage literature study, reading and writing good essay amongst students, help them enhance their sensitivity and creativity of expression.

The annual “Prudential-Good Essay, Good Writing” Contest is co-organized by Life Insurer Prudential Vietnam and Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper.

Nguyen Ngoc Truc of the Practical Secondary School under the Tra Vinh University of Pedagogy gets the first prize in the 8th and 9th grade category.

Do Thuy Quynh from Le Hong Phong secondary school in Soc Trang Province won the first prize in the 6th and 7th grade category.

“Prudential-Good Essay, Good Writing” Contest is co-organized each year by Life Insurer Prudential Vietnam and Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper

 

By Kieu Phan – Translated by Kim Khanh

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