Tác giả :

A book arrangement contest was successfully organized for the first time at HCMUTE by the Library on 19 April 2019, attracting fourteen teams of contestants competing in two groups: staff and students. 

Thương Nhớ, a team from Student Services Center, won the first prize in the staff group, while Easy ranked first in the counterpart one. The two prize-winning pieces of work included book piles shaped like Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and HCMUTE Logo respectively.


Thương Nhớ’s model of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum 



Easy’s model of HCMUTE Logo

During the contest, each competing team was required to use their own ideas to arrange a piece of work composing at least 60 books within at most 120 minutes. Following this, they had to present about its name, shape and underlying meaning.

Arranged with creative ideas and elaborate preparation, the books turned into delicate pieces of work with different shapes and symbolic meanings like a sailing boat or a tank.







Competing teams are presenting about their work.

Book arrangement contest was outstanding part of a series of impressive and innovative events hosted by HCMUTE Library to celebrate the 6th annual Vietnam Book Day, from 2 to 26 April 2019. 

It also aims to effectively promote library activities among HCMUTE office staff, lecturers and students.


“The competition is organized for the first time in order to honor the value of books and reaffirm the importance of reading culture in this modern world,” spoke Bui Thi Lan, Library Deputy Director and Head of the Organizing Committee.

“This is also a healthy playground for staff and students at HCMUTE, through which we hope that reading culture is promoted and students can form and develop their own reading habit as much as possible,” Lan added.

Practical activities like this have created positive effects in encouraging and developing the culture of reading, storing, and popularizing books among students. 

Books are the best teachers who teach us how to live and how to be, and guide us towards noble humane values. Collecting books, building bookshelves, and building libraries are therefore foundation steps to form the reading culture.





Some other impressive pieces of work at the contest


Vietnam Book Day was first celebrated in 2014, after Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc signed the Decision number 284/QĐ-TT on 24 February 2014, designating 21 April as the Vietnam Book Day. 

The annual celebration is to promote and developing reading culture among the community, thus raising their awareness, improving their thinking skills and training their human personality.


























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