Shahd Mohammad Al Qutt surpassed the 600 participants with four paintings.
Mahmoud Ads, Gulf Today
Egyptian 16-year-old grade 10 student, Shahd Mohammad Al Qutt, from Mohammad Naguib Language School, won the first place in an international drawing competition for secondary school students.
The competition was organised by the International Foundation for Arts and Culture in Tokyo, Japan, and joined by 600 students from 35 countries of the world.
Shahd surpassed the 600 participants with four paintings.
Sabry El Desouky, Undersecretary of the Education Directorate of in Gharbia Governorate, Egypt, said that the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, represented by the Egyptian Embassy in Tokyo, reported that it had received a letter from the International Foundation for Arts and Culture, stating that the student Shahd won the first place in the competition.
The International Foundation held a virtual ceremony through the Foundation’s channel on YouTube, in Japan, to introduce the winning students and present their works.
The International Foundation for Arts and Culture in Japan will send a certificate of appreciation and the first place medal to Shahd through the Egyptian Embassy in Japan to deliver it to the student at her residence in Tanta city.
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