At the event. Source: hanoimoi.com.vn The organizing panel received 800 entries, reflecting the dangerous effects of tobacco on smokers’ as well as second-hand smokers’ health. At the closing ceremony, the organizers presented seven consolidation prizes, three third prizes, three second prizes, and a collective prize to a group with high-quality paintings. Translated by Song Anh
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