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Bacolod City, Philippines Monday, January 29, 2018
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The BacoLaodiat Festival organizers are calling on all interested singers from Chinese and non-Chinese schools to join the BacoLaodiat Singing Master, a Chinese language singing contest, 2 p.m. February 18.

Singers from Chinese schools must be enrolled students from Grade 1 to 6 , a press release said.

Contestants must submit a copy of the minus-one, together with the lyrics in both Chinese Characters and Pinyin, to the BacoLaodiat Office on or before February 10, it said.

Applications arealso open to students from non-Chinese schools from Grade 7 to 10 who are not currently enrolled in any Chinese schools, and who were not educated in Chinese schools for more than 2 years, it added.

They are to sing acapella a Chinese song of their choice that must be one with a degree of difficulty for the singers, the press release said.

Screening will be at the BacoLaodiat office, 2nd floor Amity Building (steel door beside NL Watershoppe), Hilado Street, Bacolod City, on February 10.

Qualified participants are required to submit a photocopy of their school I.D.and accomplish contest registration forms provided by the BacoLaodiat Office, the press release said.

Those interested may contact the BacoLaodiat Singing Master Coordinator Robby Tantiado at 0928-520-0678.*





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