Nghia Lo holds contest on tourism symbol

  •  Thursday, September 9, 2021

YBO - Nghia Lo town of Yen Bai province has launched a contest to seek designs of tourism symbol for the town.

Girls of Thai Muong Lo in Nghia Lo gracefully perform a traditional “xoe” dance.
Girls of Thai Muong Lo in Nghia Lo gracefully perform a traditional “xoe” dance.

All Vietnamese citizens at home and abroad are eligible for the contest.

The entries must flaunt iconic traits, featuring cultural identity, historical tradition and socio-economic development of Nghia Lo. Creators have to bear legal responsibility for their works to avoid disputes over copyright.

The works must be drawn on A3 paper with description stating the creator's concept, idea and technical solutions, along with statistics on the scale, area of use, area of construction and necessary data and estimates. 

Quang cảnh buổi phát động cuộc thi.

Entries must be sent to the culture-information office of Nghia Lo town in Residential Area No.1, Tan An ward, Nghia Lo town or the Yen Bai Literature Union in Residential Area No.27, Dong Tam ward, Yen Bai city by November 30, 2021.

Thu Trang

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