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RoW SE Asia Contest

River of Words SE Asia Competition

River of Words SE Asia is divided into the following categories:

Category I:   Ages 5 – 8 years old
Category II:  Ages 9 – 12 years old
Category III: Ages 13 – 15 year old
Category IV: Ages 16 – 19 years old

Entries for River of Words SE Asia will be accepted from schools, groups or clubs from the following countries:  Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines.

Students may enter as part of a group (classroom, camp, club, etc.) with batch submissions from their teacher.

There is no charge to enter.  However, an entry form must be completed by the teacher for each batch of submissions**.

All entrants receive acknowledgement in the form of a SE Asia Watershed Explorer certificate.

Teachers or facilitators must send either PDF of a word document or JPEG file of artwork to

There will be one competition date each year with the closing date for submission as follows:

Entries to be received by May 1st each year. Winners announced by June 15th

Teachers/facilitators must complete a Facilitator Form along with the group entries, as well as a typed list of the names of all entrants in your class. Please keep a copy of this list to refer to when customizing and distributing the Watershed Explorer Certificates for your students. Can we make a computerized form that has a details section and then a place to upload your entry ( like university reference forms)?

Every entrant will receive a SE Asia Watershed Explorer Certificate.

**Submissions become property of River of Words SE Asia. Through submission of poetry or artwork, contestants and their legal guardians grant nonexclusive reproduction and publication rights to the works submitted, for use on the RoW SE Asia website or in other educational contexts.

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