Hu-Kwang Game 2018 | Siam University

Hu-Kwang Game 2018 | Siam University

Hu-Kwang Game 2018

31 March 2018

THEME: HARRY POTTER

The spirit of friendly competition comes alive on  Hu-Kwang Game (Siam sports day) this year was on Saturday 31st March 2018 at Sports complex Siam University. Organized by all the member of Student council which are student president from all the 12 departments. The whole day was a huge success with some amazing individual results and performances.  We offer highly respectable recognition to all students and staff who took part this year and thank you to everyone that helped out to make the day run smoothly.  It was an extremely close fought contest throughout the day with the final placing decided on the track and this is the first time International students took part and involve in all the parts like other department students, This year International college was the Yellow team (Hufflepuff) with B.B.A (Thai) and Department of Engineering. The participating students were divided according to the department. We have four different houses from12 departments which are 1. Gryffindor-Red, 2.Ravenclaw-Blue, 3.Slytherin–Green and 4. Hufflepuff-Yellow. Flags of different colors were fluttering all around the ground. All the spectators were seated on chairs beside the ground.

Our sports’ teacher and student council members conducted all the events with the help of few other teachers. The sports commenced at 7 a.m. with drill and march past. The participants lined up before the start of every event and they were cheered by the spectators. They all wore a T-shirt of their house colors.

The winners were given medals and cups. Unsuccessful contestants were given participation certificates. Throughout the year we have lots of activities like football, volleyball, table tennis, etc. The winners of all these events were also awarded on this day. At 4.30 p.m. our President Dr.Pornchai Mongkhonvanit delivered the closing speech.

There were many events:

  1. Basketball
  2. Chairball
  3. Sepak-Takraw
  4. Table tennis
  5. Volleyball
  6. Badminton
  7. Pétanque

This year we won the 1st prize in Parade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

and also the 1st prize in basketball, played by our Thai, Nigerian and Chinese students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The next award was for Table tennis 2 players, we won the 1st prize by our Thai and German student.

 

 

 

The event ended with cheerleading competition where we received an honorable mention award


and the green team won 1st prize

 

Follow by the red team

and the blue team got 3rd prize

 

This year’s sports day we’ve done it in 2 languages which are English and Thai. by our 2 sweet Thai and Myanmar student which was the mc for the event

 

Now let’s talk from the viewpoint of one of the organizers. Firstly I felt really proud and happy that this year I asked for the helped from all the International students and everybody was willing to participate. My motive was to let all the International students get a good connections and contacts from the students from other departments so they can always help each other when ones needed something, secondly I was surprised to see how the students from 4 teams harmonious with their tea and I was amazed to see how our athlete practise every evening at the sport complex to win the match.

 

 

The Objectives of this event was to:

  1. 1.To build a character and leadership behaviors.
  2.  To foster the development of lifelong activities across a range of population groups.
  3. To enable low-participation groups and disadvantaged populations to partake in sport and physical activity.
  4. To support the sports sector in increasing and sustaining membership and participation levels.
  5. To promote linkage between clubs, university, and communities.

 

Contribution by: Suriyain Phongitthidej (Angad Sachdev)

Photography by: Jeremi Castex