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Estudiantes del Liceo Vespertino República de Taiwán

visitan la Federación Dominicana de Ajedrez

18 de Diciembre 2015




Teachers, Braulio Ramirez Trinidad and Benjamin Henriquez accompanied by students of the
Lyceum Evening Republic of Taiwan.


Evening students from Liceo Republic of Taiwan, visiting the Dominican Chess Federation.

Santo Domingo, RD, December.-With the enthusiastic visit to the Dominican Chess Federation of hundreds of students from Liceo Vespertino Republic of Taiwan, was successfully held chess clinic taught by professors Benjamin Henriquez Trinidad and Braulio Ramirez, accompanied by Mr. Pedro Brito, coordinated by professors Juan Manuel Ramirez and Michael Vido, with the support of the Dominican Federation of Chess and the Ministry of Education.

The busy activity was supervised by Professor Braulio Ramirez, accompanied by the faculty and staff of the Dominican Federation of Chess. At the ceremony were present professors Juan Manuel Ramirez and Michael Vido Evening Lyceum Republic of Taiwan.

Attendees expressed their joy by scientific activity which improves memory of those who constantly practice among other benefits of this ancient and interesting sport science.

Benjamin Henriquez representing the Dominican Chess Federation gave welcoming remarks, said he was grateful for the invitation and the massive presence of students in the school and thanked the authorities for taking into account the importance of playing chess.

Professor Braulio Ramirez, noting many benefits offered chess development in the areas of intellectual capacity and emotional intelligence skills. Affirming that the ancient sport is a tool for improving IQ, personal and school performance of children and young people who practice it.

The President of the Dominican Federation of Chess, Graduate Wily Gonzalez, facilitated all the technical and administrative level to which the activity ended successfully, motivating to play chess, throughout the national territory. The activity was coordinated by Mr. Braulio Ramirez Reyes specialist in the field, who together with other technicians visited the schools. Education Center Celina Pellier, The Polytechnic Institute Loyola, El Liceo Simon Orozco, Ramon Matias Mella School, among others in search of strengthening the sport science.


 

 

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