As Chairman for the above Contest, I wish to thank all of you who have taken part and made the Contest both interesting and challenging. To those of you who have won prizes, I extend to you our heartiest congratulations; and to those who did not get a prize, please continue and you will surely succeed in the end. I also wish to express my deep gratitude to all the organisations which formed National Onkyo Selection Committees and facilitated the success of this year’s competition. Do continue to give your fullest support to this Project.
The WBUAP Onkyo Selection Committee will be sending the prizes to you before the end of November 2011. Please re-send your full bank details for the purpose. If you have not received the prizes by then, please contact me urgently.
1. THE OTSUKI PRIZE
The Otsuki Prize of US $1,000 is awarded to Lucita R. Manarpaac, 23 years old female from the Philippines. Her essay was judged the best from both Category A and B.
2. EXCELLENT PRIZES
2.1. This prize for Category A of US $500 is awarded to Le Trong Tuan, 23 years old male from Vietnam.
2.2. This prize for Category B of US $500 is awarded to analynne Baulita, 36 years old female from Philippines.
3. FINE WORKS PRIZES
3.1. Two prizes for Category a of US $200 each are awarded to Pham Thi Thuy, 24 years old female from Vietnam, and Aine Kelly Costello, 16 years old female from New Zealand.
3.2. Two prizes for Category b of US $300 each are awarded to Rebecca Maxwell, 71 years old female from Australia, and U Maung Maung Soe, 67 years old male from Myanmar.
Ivan Ho Tuck Choy.
WBUAP Onkyo Selection Committee 2011.