Eight Bangladeshi students fly to Thailand for Seeds For The Future regional competition

The winners of Huawei’s Seeds For The Future 2022, Bangladesh, start for Thailand to participate in the Asia Pacific regional round of the same competition. In the next ten days, they will be competing with 112 students from 10 other countries in the Asia Pacific, including a few candidates from ASEAN Foundation and ITU.

Being started in April of this year, Seeds for the Future 2022, the Bangladesh round ended up in July with nine winners. And the competition is now heading to its regional round, in association with ASEAN Foundation. An opening ceremony of this regional program will be held at Park Hyatt Bangkok on the 19th of August in the presence of Dr. Dipu Moni, MP, Minister of Education, Government of Bangladesh; along with Simon Lin, President of Huawei Asia Pacific region; Zhang Zhengjun, Vice President of Huawei Asia Pacific region; Dr. Yang Mee Eng, Executive Director of ASEAN Foundation, Libing Wang, Chief of Section for Educational Innovation and Skills Development, UNESCO; and others.

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In this upcoming round, the participants will be involved in several interactive activities, including cultural tours, workshops, and lectures focused on Digital Innovation, Metaverse, Sustainability, and Leadership. Industry experts will also be there to share their knowledge. The participants will visit Thailand’s UN office and Huawei Open Labs. Based on the performance in different activities and idea presentations in this regional round, 30 winners will be moving forward to the ‘Tech4Good accelerator camp’, which will start on 29 August in Singapore.

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