Vietnamese students competing at the second Asia Pacific Open Electronic Organ Competition held in Hong Kong all won top prizes, according to an official from the Vietnam National Academy of Music.
Luu Quang Minh, deputy director of the academy said that the students include Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong winning first prize in the pop music category for ages over 22; Le Thi Quynh, third prize in classical music for over 22 and Le Hoang Thao, third prize in pop music for under 18.
Phuong is a fourth year student of the academy while Quynh is a master student and Thao is a third year college student.
The contest was held by the Asia Pacific Electronic Instruments Association, which gathered 200 contestants from all over the region.
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