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New Zealand Embassy launches logo design contest to celebrate ties with Vietnam

Thursday, September 11, 2014, 15:09 GMT+7

The New Zealand Embassy has announced the launch of a logo design competition to celebrate 40 years of diplomatic relations between the country and Vietnam.

The competition, called “New Zealand – Open to the New,” welcomes all creative Vietnamese citizens.

The winning logos should convey the message of “New Zealand – Open to the New,” and feature innovative, modern design styles with distinct shapes and colors.

Participants can submit up to five logos, which should be formatted as a jpeg file and be 3MB to 5MB in size. Contestants can send their design to by midnight on October 15.

The winners will be announced in November. First prize, which will be picked by the New Zealand Ambassador, is worth VND20 million (US$941).

Second prize, worth VND6 million, will be chosen by fans of the embassy’s Facebook page.

The winners will also receive a free take-home container of New Zealand Natural Ice Cream.

The competition is part of the “New Zealand – Open to the New” event series to commemorate the two countries’ 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations.

New Zealand first established its diplomatic relations with Vietnam in June, 1975.

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