Yamashita Hong An becomes champion of sixth Dream Fulfilling contest

Wishing to become a special education researcher, twelfth grader Yamashita Hong An from the school for the gifted students became the champion of the sixth Dream Fulfilling contest held in the Ho Chi Minh City Youth Cultural House on April 14.

 twelfth grader Yamashita Hong An in the contest's  Song Voi Uoc Mo ( Living with the Dream) (Photo: SGGP)

twelfth grader Yamashita Hong An in the contest's Song Voi Uoc Mo ( Living with the Dream) (Photo: SGGP)

In the final round, Yamashita Hong An, tenth grader Dang Le Minh Anh from Quang Tri senior high school in the central province of Quang Tri, twelfth grader Dang Ngoc Duy Khang from Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Senior high school in HCMC, eleventh grader Nguyen Mai Thao Tram from Nguyen Binh Khiem high school for the gifted student in the central province of Quang Nam, tenth grader Nguyen Ngoc Tu of Dong Du high school in the highland province of Dak Lak had to take part in many parts of the contest.
For instance, in the Hieu ve Uoc Mo ( Understanding your dream ), contestants had to finish multiple choice tests comprising of ten question of general knowledge and information of professions of students’ choices meanwhile in the Song Voi Uoc Mo ( Living with the Dream), students lived a part to deal with a hypothetical situation to show their ability in resolving the problem.
In the eloquence contest named Giu Lua Uoc Mo ( Keeping Dream) , five contestants talked about the profession value and answered the jury’s questions.
Champion Yamashita Hong An captured a scholarship for a master course in Australia’s Western Sydney university worth 75,000 Australian dollar, a course at Dac Nhan Tam - Dale Carnegie school and cash of VND10 million.
Dang Ngoc Duy Khanh and Nguyen Mai Thao captured the second prize including cash, four-week course scholarship in Australia’s Wesstern Sydney university worth 7,500 Australian dollar and courses in Dac Nhan Tam- Dale Carnegie school.
Nguyen Ngoc Tu and Dang Le Minh Anh who won the third prize are eligible for four-week courses in Autralia’s Wesstern Sydney university worth 7,500 Australian dollar and courses in Dac Nhan Tam school.
The contest was jointly organized by the Department of Education and Training, the Youth Communist Union, the Center for Supporting students in HCMC, the International Training institution of Economy Univerity and Tuoi Tre Newspaper with the support of Western Sydney university, Dac Nhan Tam -Dale Carnegie school.
The contest is supported by Sai Gon Giai Phong newspaper Online, HTV3 and Muc Tim newspaper, online Yeah1 newspaper
Taking from October, 2017, the contest attracted over 200,000 high school students across the country. Director of the center for supporting students Quach Dat Hai said the contest not only find winners, how many beautiful dream, but also it aims at student’ growth up in thinking and realizing their profession of choice; students themselves will build up their picture of future profession and parents are just companions.
In the first year, the contest was just for students in HCMC only. In the second year, the contest was open to the neighboring southern provinces of Dong Nai, Binh Duong and Long An.
The third contest was for students in southeast provinces and students started to work on online software multiple choice test. Now, the sixth contests was open for students nationwide.

By TIEU TAN - Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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