Two young sinaloans will be recognized with a trip to the other side of the world for their excellent academic performance.
Culiacán, Sinaloa. With an average of excellence David Iván Quiñones Esparza of CETMAR 28 of Altata and Wendy García Atienzo of CBTA 133 of Recoveco Mocorito, will travel from April 18 to 28 of this year, this for the academic commitment they have made.
For his part, David Iván Quiñones Esparza, who is originally from Altata, where his father is a fisherman and his mother a housewife, will have the opportunity for his average of 10 to open the doors to travel to the other side of the world.
Regarding this, he expressed to the media this morning the cumulus of emotions that caused the next trip to make a completely different culture.
“It fills me with pride to participate because thanks to my effort, my studies and dedication, I have managed to advance and open more doors to my studies, have more knowledge and know cultures of other countries what can serve me in education because I want to be someone in life and be better every day, “he said.
It should be noted that the trip will visit universities, institutes and laboratories where you will have a closer look at the advances in science, technology and the avant-garde that is in Japanese culture.
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