Traditional Halloween games such as Trick or Treat, Ghost mask, Pumpkin war, etc. are modified to spread the message of green life, attracting a large number of Da Nang students.
On the afternoon of October 29, at the University of Economics - the University of Danang, the "Green Mark - Mark Your Color" program organized by the Green University DUE project attracted the participation of a large number of students. Photo: Giang Thanh
At the program, many traditional Halloween activities were modified, and associated with green living messages among university and college students; helping young people have interesting green living experiences.
Over the years, the delegation of the University of Economics - the University of Danang has organized many activities and challenges to create a habit of using glass bottles to replace disposable plastic bottles. Filtered water filling stations have been set up in public places in the school. The "Magic Liquid" station in this event was opening the Water Refilling Station program with all kinds of soft drinks, tea, bubble tea, etc. for students to refill while at school.
The green version of "Trick or Treat" was a place for students to exchange old paper, plastic bottles, old batteries, etc. for small gifts from the program organizers.
Hundreds of batteries, plastic bottles, and dozens of kilograms of old paper, etc. were collected, recycled, and treated to ensure environmental hygiene.
Workshop Magical masks was a space for young people to create bizarre and mysterious Halloween masks freely. Inspired by paper mache masks, modified using discarded papers and newspapers, unique recycled masks were created.
This was the first time Thai Hang Na ( a sophomore at the Faculty of Accounting) had been able to make a paper mache mask by herself. "Making paper masks is very interesting and meaningful because the materials to make these masks are recycled from old paper and newspapers. Through this, I also learned how to be creative and take advantage of all kinds of waste to recycle and reuse," Na said.
Correspondingly, most young people also experienced making paper mache masks for the first time as well as recycling old paper to make unique Halloween masks.
After shaping and drying the masks, the students were free to be creative and decorate their own "one-of-a-kind" masks with various paints.
In addition, the students also experienced many interesting Halloween games and challenges such as Spooky spaceship; Pumpkin War, Dark Race, Finger Strength, etc.
According to Ms. Tran Thi Thanh Thao, Secretary of the Union of the University of Economics - the University of Danang, through these unique creative activities, the project Green University DUE not only wishes to bring joy but also inspire students about recycling and reuse materials; thereby spreading the awareness of environmental protection, joining hands to build a green future to everyone.
"In the coming period, the project will deploy many programs and activities with a wider spread to not only build a green lifestyle among students of the University of Economics but also spread and inspire students in Da Nang to understand and practice a green lifestyle," Thao shared.
See the article Da Nang young people are excited to experience an unique green Halloween in Tien Phong newspaper
According to Giang Thanh (Tien Phong Newspaper)
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