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Youths learn about water conservation at S'pore International Water Festival

More than 900 youths from secondary schools and the Singapore Polytechnic took part in a series of water-themed games and challenges on Saturday as part of the festival.

SINGAPORE: Fun with water while educating youths on the need for proactive water conservation -- that's the aim of this year's Singapore International Water Festival.

More than 900 youths from secondary schools and the Singapore Polytechnic took part in a series of water-themed games and challenges on Saturday as part of the festival.

The festival, which is jointly organised by the Singapore Polytechnic and national water agency PUB, also featured dragon boat races.

Environment and Water Resources Minister Dr Vivian Balakrishnan attended the event, which is currently on its fifth run.  

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