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WAPS’s students and Singapore Haig Girls School compete in drawing

In 4/11 morning, WAPS held a meeting and art exchange between WAPS’s students and Singapore Haig Girls School’s.
The art exchange between WAPS and Singapore Haig Girls School took place in a joyful and exciting atmosphere.
From the begining, all students were very enthusiastic and excited. They were well prepared painting tools such as pens, rulers, crayons. After the introduction of two schools’ teachers, students were divided into small groups of three or four to joint drawing competition. While WAPS’s students chose the image representing Vietnam as Ben Thanh Market, Halong bay, terraces… Haig Girls School’s students chose Marina Bay or Merlion avatar, the modern architectures of Singapore to introduce to everyone. All members were very passionated and attentive to complete their works.

Students were divided into groups of 3 or 4 to make ideas on their painting together
Nguyen Hoang Anh – new student of WAPS staring with his work
WAPS’s students are very excited in this meeting
The Singapore Haig Girls School’s students are attentive to complete their work
Complete works of students

After finishing the drawing, students of the two schools had to introduce to all people about their work.

Jubilantly show their “masterpieces”
Jubilantly show their “masterpieces”
Jubilantly show their “masterpieces”
Two schools’ students introduce their work to friends and teachers
Two schools’ students introduce their work to friends and teachers

In addition, to entertain the exchange program, the students of two schools also performed playful and engaging musical repertoires.

Phuong My Chi, WAP’s student, entertained with song named Ao Moi Ca Mau
Nguyen Hoang Anh, WAPS’s student, was cool in an interesting performance
Performance of students from Singapore Haig Girls School School

In particular, the students of Singapore Haig Girls School also introduced and taught WAPS’s how to draw pictures on rice paper. The paintings with vivid colors were meaningful gifts from Singapore Haig Girls School to the WAPS’s students.

Haig Girls School’s girls are instructing WAPS’s students how to paint on rice paper
The students are excited with painting on rice paper
The students are excited with painting on rice paper
The paintings with vivid and beautiful colors
This was an opportunity for the two schools’ students interact and exchange

The art exchange between students of WAPS and Singapore Haig Girls School took place in a joyful and warm atmosphere. This special activity was an opportunity for students to meet and interact and create cohesion, mutual understanding between Vietnamese Singapore students. Thereby, friendship and solidarity as well as the importance of international integration and training between the two countries were strongly confirmed.

Hope to see Singapore Haig Girls School’s students in a nearest day

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