Jul 10, 2015

Google contest selects 'doodle' for SG50 celebration

Yesterday at its Singapore offices, Google announced that Moh Journ Haydn from Singapore's Beacon Primary School won the 2015 Doodle 4 Google Competition. His winning doodle will appear on Google's Singapore home page for 24 hours on National Day. The competition’s theme was 'Singapore: The next 50 years'. The winner also received a trophy and a trip to the 'Googleplex' in Mountain View, California. The competition was held in collaboration with DBS and was also supported by the Ministry of Education and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.

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