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Nagaon child artist for International Award

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 15 - Assam child artist Regred Saikia (5), student of Jyoti Art School, Nagaon, has been selected for International Excellence Award by the 12th edition of �Mitsubishi Asian Children�s Enikki Festa 2015-16�.

A total number of 49,991 entries from 24 countries, such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippine, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam and Japan were collected which included 7,925 entries from India. The international screening committee which met in Tokyo selected 8 winners for all 24 countries and a region.

It needs to be mentioned that Mitsubishi Asian Children�s Enikki Festa 2015-16 hosted by the National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan and sponsored by Mitsubishi, had provided great opportunities for participating Asian children to understand and respect each other�s cultures, and daily Asian lives through illustrated diaries under the theme �here is my life�.

This fiesta is being organised since 1990 in support of the literary campaign by Mitsubishi Public Affairs committee in collaboration with Asian Pacific Federation of UNESCO clubs and Association (AEUCA) and National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan for the children in Asian countries. The festival brings together illustrated diaries by children throughout Asia which are presented at exhibition in Japan and elsewhere.

The staff of Jyoti Art School, Nagaon, has congratulated the young artist for his international recognition.

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Nagaon child artist for International Award

GUWAHATI, May 15 - Assam child artist Regred Saikia (5), student of Jyoti Art School, Nagaon, has been selected for International Excellence Award by the 12th edition of �Mitsubishi Asian Children�s Enikki Festa 2015-16�.

A total number of 49,991 entries from 24 countries, such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippine, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam and Japan were collected which included 7,925 entries from India. The international screening committee which met in Tokyo selected 8 winners for all 24 countries and a region.

It needs to be mentioned that Mitsubishi Asian Children�s Enikki Festa 2015-16 hosted by the National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan and sponsored by Mitsubishi, had provided great opportunities for participating Asian children to understand and respect each other�s cultures, and daily Asian lives through illustrated diaries under the theme �here is my life�.

This fiesta is being organised since 1990 in support of the literary campaign by Mitsubishi Public Affairs committee in collaboration with Asian Pacific Federation of UNESCO clubs and Association (AEUCA) and National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan for the children in Asian countries. The festival brings together illustrated diaries by children throughout Asia which are presented at exhibition in Japan and elsewhere.

The staff of Jyoti Art School, Nagaon, has congratulated the young artist for his international recognition.