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Psychology Village Mading Competition

Hi! Just want to tell you a story right now that I recently found the documentations of Mading competition that I joined with my two friends a couple weeks ago. The competition was held as a part of an event on my future university (re: Universitas Pelita Harapan) by the faculty of psychology. After of series of discussions, agony, and suffering, we decided to make the Mading as the following:

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Here's how we made the Mading. We're given time 2 hours to stick up the articles, cutting out the papers, and finishing it. Please don't mind our serious face and oh... I'm so hunchbacked.
 

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The results. Oh, by the way, for deciding the favorite winner, people must vote for their favorite Mading, and the most votes will get the favorite winner. I posted this in my instagram account, and thank God we've got so much positive responds and people started to vote us. Thank you for your votes! Your kindness will be highly appreciated!



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The announcement was held on Friday, which was the last day of the event. And guess what?


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“Whenever you want to achieve something, keep your eyes open, concentrate and make sure you know exactly what it is you want. No one can hit their target with their eyes closed.” 
- Paulo Coelho, The Devil and Miss Prym



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