Second day of Youth All-Round Development Festival continues

Students attending the literary talks at the Youth All-Round Development Festival in Magway University yesterday.  Photo: Wain Yan, Ye Moe
Students attending the literary talks at the Youth All-Round Development Festival in Magway University yesterday.  Photo: Wain Yan, Ye Moe

The second day of youth all-round development festival (Magway) was held at the campus of the Magway University yesterday.
In the morning, roundtable talks were conducted at the Y Building in the campus. Daw Htay Yin Win, Ma Kyu Kyu Khiang, Ma Mon Su Hmay, Ko Ye Lin Aung and Ko Ye Yint Tun discussed the title of “Youths and future career choice,” while U Khant Thiha, Dr Nyi Nyi, Ko Aung Myo Thu, Ko Zwe Htet and Ma Su Su Htar discussed the title of “Youths and All-Round Development.”
The Association for Prevention, Care and Protection of Abandoned Children held a public talk titled, “Fundamental Reproductive Health,” and young actors Sithu Win and Wai Lar Yi discussed also the title of “The youths who are interested in arts” at the Theatre Hall of the university .
Sports activities including the competitions of volleyball, Sepak takraw, Htoke See Toe, Tug of War, football, basketball and pillow fight were also organized inside and outside of the sports stadium in the campus. Inside the convocation hall of the university, artists from Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture performed the traditional cultural dances, students from universities, degree colleges and basic education schools entertained with Myanma traditional cultural musical performances and traditional ethnic dances, and youth athletes from Sports and Physical Education Department demonstrated Wushu sport.
Outside the convocation hall, Myanmar traditional dances were taught, and artists were drawing still life paintings, portraits and caricatures. Sculptures and flower vases were also displayed outside the hall.
Over 100 booths including departmental booths and the booths from universities, basic education high schools and social organizations were also displayed along the road to the convocation hall, together with over 40 book stalls, the stalls selling local products and foods, traditional medicines and souvenirs.
Famous singers including Bo Bo Han, Khin Maung Htoo, Tetkatho Lae Lae and winners of Peace Music Festival also entertained the attendees in front of the three-storey building in the campus.
The third day of the festival will be held today, and anyone interested can join free of charge. — Lin Han Zay (Translated by Kyaw Zin Tun)

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