Vietnam wins prizes in ASEAN Golden Voice Festival 2011

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Vietnam wins prizes in ASEAN Golden Voice Festival 2011

The ASEAN Golden Voice Festival 2011 closed in Ho Chi MInh City on January 8, Vietnamese singers Thu Minh and Kasim Hoang Vu won the Gold Cup for folk song, silver medal in pop music and the Favourite Contestant title. In addition, other Vietnamese singer, H’ Zara Bya, was awarded a silver medal and Tung Lam was awarded bronze medal in the folk song category. Also, in folk song, silver and bronze medals went to singers Netta Kusumah Dewi from Indonesia and Mohammad Fikri Bin Abdullah from Brunei. In pop music, gold medals were won by singers Sri Narina Hj Johari from Brunei and Herson Silas Rieuwpassa from Indonesia, while bronze medals were handed to both Pleng Praphun Kingthong from Thailand and Hyaw Zin Min from Myanmar. One prize for a promising young singer was given to Ikhwal Hafiz Bin Ismail from Malaysia and a prize for a guest folk song performance and pop music went to two Japanese singers, Kumami and Annabel Yu. The festival, which had attracted 17 participants from ASEAN nations, was overall a great success. This was an opportunity for contestants to introduce their national cultures, as well as for the ASEAN countries to strengthen the ties of their friendship.

In addition, other Vietnamese singer, H’ Zara Bya, was awarded a silver medal and Tung Lam was awarded bronze medal in the folk song category.

Also, in folk song, silver and bronze medals went to singers Netta Kusumah Dewi from Indonesia and Mohammad Fikri Bin Abdullah from Brunei.

In pop music, gold medals were won by singers Sri Narina Hj Johari from Brunei and Herson Silas Rieuwpassa from Indonesia, while bronze medals were handed to both Pleng Praphun Kingthong from Thailand and Hyaw Zin Min from Myanmar.

One prize for a promising young singer was given to Ikhwal Hafiz Bin Ismail from Malaysia and a prize for a guest folk song performance and pop music went to two Japanese singers, Kumami and Annabel Yu.

The festival, which had attracted 17 participants from ASEAN nations, was overall a great success. This was an opportunity for contestants to introduce their national cultures, as well as for the ASEAN countries to strengthen the ties of their friendship.

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