Video contest on Thailand-Viet Nam cultural exchange launched

Update: 11:37 | 28/08/2021
Thai and Vietnamese people are eligible to participate in a video making contest themed “Thai-Vietnamese Friendship in the New Normal”, to celebrate 45 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) reported.
Video contest on Thailand-Vietnam cultural exchange launched
Each video must be shot by two contestants comprising a Vietnamese and a Thai. (Photo: VoV)

Applicants are encouraged to submit their works covering different themes, such as culture, tourism, cuisine, and music, said the Thai Embassy and the VoV, the organisers of the contest.

Contestants must be Thai and Vietnamese citizens aged between 18 and 30, and each video must be shot by two contestants comprising a Vietnamese and a Thai. Contestants are able to find teammates via https://fb.me/e/K4lnwCKq.

Videos must last for between two and five minutes and use Thai, Vietnamese, and English languages. During the video making process, contestants must follow all relevant COVID-19 prevention measures in both countries.

Entries in the formats of MP4, AVI, MOV, and WMV need to be uploaded onto Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive. They then should be sent to the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ThaiThebyRTEHanoi detailing name, year of birth, email address, and the telephone numbers of both members.

High-quality videos will be uploaded onto the YouTube channel of the Royal Thai Embassy in Ha Noi.

First, second and third prize winners will receive VND20 million, VND10 million and VND5 million, respectively.

For further information participants can contact rte.hanoi2021@gmail.com by email or visit the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ThaiThebyRTEHanoi.

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(Source: VNA)