HUTECH selecting the top 10 from 6,324 entries of the “Let’s shine 2gether” contest

In the morning of March 20th, at the main campus of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HUTECH), the jury of the “Let's shine 2gether” class shirt design contest, launched by HUTECH, conducted a technical grading session to choose the top 10 to advance to the 2nd round of the competition.


Accompanying the competition with the role of a professional examiner are: lecturers from the Faculty of Architecture & Arts including: Dr. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Quyen - Dean, Ms. Pham Thi Hong Lien - Head lecturer of Fashion Design; Mr.Hoang Minh Ha - Lecturer in Fashion Design, Ms. Dang Thi My Dung (Midu) - Lecturer in Fashion Design, and Mr. Tran Hai Nam - Deputy Head of Admissions - Public Relations Office.


The jury of the “Let's shine 2gether” class shirt design contest 



Officially launched in January 2020, the “Let’s shine 2gether” class design contest has received an impressive number of 6,324 submissions from high school students across the country. During the technical evaluation, the judges conducted grading and evaluating of the entries based on the following factors: Ideas, Creativity, Colors, Feasibility and Explanation of the works.

Designer Hoang Minh Ha (left)

Dr. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Quyen (right)

Ms. Pham Thi Hong Lien (right)

Mr. Tran Hai Nam

Designer Dang Thi My Dung (Midu)


At the end of the grading session, the judges all shared the same opinion: Although this is the first time HUTECH has organized the contest, the submissions sent by high school students were very good, with diverse ideas highlighting the message of friendship, the solidarity of the class who has been sticking together during the beautiful student years. Mr. Pham Thi Hong Lien expressed her surprise at the works: “The students showed very well what they loved at their class in this precious class shirt. There were many innocent, clear ideas like themselves, and were are also designs that are very methodical and professional. I appreciate the spirit, message and affection sent by students across the country to the contest ”.


The judges appreciate the spirit, message and affection sent by students across the country to the contest


Meanwhile, Designers Hoang Minh Ha Midu appreciated social messages such as protecting the environment, promoting local tourism and joining hands to fight the Covid-19 virus which was cleverly integrated into the shirt by students. Designer Midu said: “I am very moved and also very happy that the class shirts have been“ upgraded ”to not only make sense to high school students but also express your deep thoughts to the community ".


The top 10 submissions will enter the second round of the contest, the remaining 10 "tickets" will be for the 10 entries that receive the highest votes from the community. The voting gate is expected to open until the 23rd of March.

Article: Phuong Trinh
Photos: Ngoc Minh
Translator: Ngoc Bach