Musical competition to be organized for young workers

A musical and football competition for young workers will be launched by the Ho Chi Minh City Youth Workers Support Center.
Any young laborers in enterprises, factories and industrial parks and export processing zones in the city can participate in the musical competition under the form of solo singing.
Participants are encouraged to perform traditional revolutionary songs to extol uncle Ho, country and loves and the city development.
The football competition has been also held for football lovers can register at the support center in export processing zone Linh Trung I, Thu Duc District since now to end of March.
Vietnam Women newspaper in collaboration with the management board of a project on empowerment of women in the public launched a writing competition “The woman who inspires me on the path to success”.
Entries should be written in Vietnamese within 1,000 words to the newspaper no later than September 24. Stories will be published on the newspaper’s printed publications,
Top prize is VND10 million in cash and one year publications of the newspaper, and there are 2 second prizes, 3 third prizes, and 5 encouragement prizes as well.
The competitions are aiming at helping young workers healthy relax after working hours and creating friendly environment for them.

Recently, youth organizations often hold activities for young workers with the goal of creating play ground for them and preventing them from negative ways of relaxation.

By M. Huong, P. Trung - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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