Contest launched to spread green living ideas

A contest named "Show It NOW 2021" has been launched with the theme of 'Green Your Mind'.

The contest is organised by Arena Multimedia in collaboration with the Centre for Supporting Community Development Initiatives (SCDI) and Clean and Green Vietnam Organisation.

The contest aims to look for ideas and lifestyles that speaks of civilisation and good virtues in a person, expressed in extremely small actions in life. That’s when you maintain general hygiene, do not litter, turn off the lights before leaving the company and save water.

The theme of the contest is reflected when you show civility in public places such as queuing or giving way to the elderly on a bus. It is the moment you wear a mask when you go out or when you know how to invest and take care of yourself by reading books to develop knowledge or exercising to improve your health.

At Show It NOW 2021, the participating contestants will submit works to compete in such categories as drawing, photography, design, and video. They will be divided into two contest groups for the community and students (for Arena students and alumni nationwide). The age to participate in this year’s contest will range from 15 to 30 years old. 

The total prize value of the contest is up to more than VND600 million (US$26,000), accompanied by many “passenger tickets” to join the Arena Multimedia creative community.

Entries will be accepted from July 15 until August 15, 2021. Contestants can visit the website http://show-it-now.art/ for more details.

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