In celebration of St. David’s Day (March 1), which is the national day of Wales, the British Embassy in Vietnam has launched a Wales video contest for Vietnamese citizens of all ages who are currently living in Vietnam.
The Wales video contest has been launched to celebrate St. David’s Day - PHOTO: BRITISH EMBASSY IN VIETNAM
The winner will have the unique opportunity to have lunch with British Ambassador to Vietnam Gareth Ward. He or she will also receive a certificate and a gift package, according to the embassy.
Participants are required to record a 1-minute video answering in English the question: “If you could have lunch with any famous Welsh person in history or in our current time, who would that be? Be sure to explain why you choose this person and what you would talk about during this lunch.”
They will then post the video in public mode to their Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, mentioning the British Embassy in Vietnam’s account @UKinVietnam, with the hashtags #WalesVideoContest and #CheveningWales.
Deadline for submission is 11:55 p.m., March 15, 2020.
Video submissions will be judged by the British Embassy (50% of the score) and interactions on post (50% of the score). The winner with the best answer will be announced on March 18.
Wales is part of the United Kingdom and the island of Great Britain. It is not only long known with vibrant, world-class cities, breathtaking mountains and coastal locations but also its quality higher education qualifications with some of the lowest living costs in Britain, according to British Council Vietnam. SGT
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