Carnival games, festive song and dance, and a flower arranging competition marked the start of RMIT’s 15th Anniversary celebrations in Saigon and Hanoi.
Last weekend, Saigon South campus saw more than 1,500 staff, students and alumni enjoy a day of fun-filled games and activities at the Founder’s Day Carnival – named in honour of RMIT's founder Mr Francis Ormond.
This year's Carnival also celebrated RMIT’s 15 years in Vietnam, a celebration that will continue until graduation ceremonies in December.
In Hanoi, the 15th Anniversary celebration included a competition where Hanoi City campus staff raced to create the most beautiful flower arrangement.
Photo: Students have fun in the Bounce Ball Race at Founder’s Day Carnival.
Photo: A child enjoys painting a statue at Saigon South campus.
Photo: Founder's Day Carnival participants gather for a group photo.
Photo: Saigon South campus staff, students and alumni leave messages on the 15th Anniversary board.
Photo: The winners of Hanoi City campus’ flower arranging competition pose with the judges.
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Story: Hoang Ha