The final round saw the competition of 38 outstanding contestants of three groups.

Outstanding contestants honored

During the event, contestants in groups A and B participated in two parts. In the first part, each contestant was required to make a short video introducing a historical relic site. The second part, themed “I love Vietnam Fatherland,” took place at the Museum of War Remnants. In this section, contestants from the two groups went through three rounds, namely “I love Vietnam’s history,” “Proud of Vietnam’s culture,” and “I love Vietnam Fatherland.”

Each contestant of group C was tasked to send a short video about a historical place.

The first prizes were awarded to Nguyen Vo Thanh Thao from Phan Dinh Phung Primary School in District 3 and Tran Thuy Dung from Ha Huy Tap Secondary School in Binh Thanh district. The organizers also presented second, third, and consolation prizes to other contestants.

Launched two weeks ago, the eighth edition attracted the participation of 248,200 students from schools in Ho Chi Minh City and localities across the country. Group A included the fourth and fifth graders from primary schools in Ho Chi Minh City, while group B comprised students from sixth to ninth grades of secondary schools in Ho Chi Minh City. Group C gathered students from localities across the nation.

“I love Vietnam Fatherland” was a practical activity to enrich children’s love for Vietnam’s history and culture, thus nurturing their love and pride for the Fatherland, the Vietnamese people, Ho Chi Minh City, youth organization, and young pioneer organization. 

Translated by Chung Anh