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Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Building knowledge and friendship through the ASEAN Schools Tour

The ASEAN Schools Tour made its sixth stop in Olongapoo City, Philippines. Over 700 students from 38 elementary and secondary schools in the province of Zambales participated in the event at the host school - Olongapo City National High School.

The ASEAN Schools Tour capped three days of fun-filled educational activities that included a Cultural Exhibit on the ten ASEAN member countries; Search for Little Mr Ambassador and Ms Ambassadress; Poster Making; Editorial Cartooning; Essay Writing; and Net Surfing Contest. The ASEAN Quiz was a fitting end that saw 10 teams competing with enthusiastic support and cheering from their classmates and teachers.

Olongapo City Mayor James L. Gordon Jr graced the event along with the head of the ASEAN Secretariat team, Mr. Honorio R. Vitasa, Cluster Director, Bureau for Economic Integration and Finance, and representatives from the Departments of Education and Foreign Affairs of the Philippines.

Next stop of the ASEAN Schools Tour - Da Nang, Viet Nam! (PIA)

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