The fourth summer camp of Vietnamese youth in Europe (Duna Camp) wrapped up on August 19. (Photo: VNA)
Budapest (VNA) - The fourth summer camp of Vietnamese youth in Europe (Duna Camp) wrapped up in Budapest capital city of Hungary on August 19.

Highlight of the closing ceremony was a talent contest, in which eight teams showed off their innovation, enthusiasm and profundity through various topics, including family, gender inequality and brain drain.

Stellar art performances were delivered at the event, leaving lasting impressions on the participants.

The three-day summer camp lured the attendance of 150 Vietnamese students from 19 European countries. A wide range of activities such as folk games, sport events and symposiums on history and culture of Vietnam and Hungary were organised.

Notably, there was a photo exhibition displaying hundreds photos, maps and documents affirming Vietnam’s sea and island sovereignty and introducing the country’s socio-economic achievements as well as potential on tourism development.

The camp was previously held in Germany, France and the Czech Republic. The next event will be held in the Netherlands in 2019.

According to Nguyen Anh Tu, President of Vietnamese student association in Hungary and head of the organising board, the summer camp has been served as a forum for Vietnamese youths and students in Europe to promote connection and enhance experience sharing for their current and future jobs.-VNA