Vietnam Olympic Committee ( VOC ) organized a series of amusing activities, introduced by OCA, in response to the 17th Asian Games – Incheon, 2014 with participation of hundreds of school boys and girls.
22 Jul 2013 the OCA’s Fun Run + Learn campaign to promote the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, Korea, in 2014 took place at Hanoi Amsterdam Secondary School on Monday. After an early-morning 1.3km Fun Run around the school’s grounds, the same 200 students aged 14 and 15 took part in the Fun Learn quiz to test their knowledge of the OCA, Asian Games and sport in general.
In the afternoon, 30 students joined the Youth Reporter Project, with a 90-minute workshop followed by a 60-minute essay-writing competition based on the information gathered during the workshop.
Purpose of this activity aims to introduce, equippe younger generation of Asian countries, especially teenagers , students, with the knowledge of the Asian Ganes , history , culture of the asian countries and mostly of Asian Games 17 in 2014 .
Attending the event were Representatives from Olympic Council of Asia, the 17th Asian Games Organizing Committee, Leadership Vietnam Olympic Committee, leaders of General Department of Physical Culture and Sports, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Hanoi, the Department of Education of Hanoi and especially 230 grade 7 - 8 students aged 14 -15 studying at Hanoi Amsterdam secondary school.
Prize awarded to the winner of a contest consist of OCA ,s Medal for Fun Run and bonuses ( first prize : 500,000VND second-prize : 300,000VND , third prize : 200,000VND ) ; for Fun learn and Youth contest, there was only one Prize to a winner of the most, including merit cetificate of Vietnam Olympic Committee and a trip to Korea to attende the 17th Asian Games ; for Fun learn and Youth Reporter contest, there was also only one Prize to a winner of the most, including merit cetificate of Vietnam Olympic Committee and a trip to Korea to attende the 17th Asian Games ;
This activity was introduced, available on the website of the Olympic Council of E Asia ( www.ocasia.org ) .