PH math students wins 2 gold, 2 silver in China

The Philippine team of mathematics students won 2 gold and 2 silver medals at the 2016 China Western Mathematical Invitational (CWMI) held in August.

Math wizards
(L-R) Albert John Patupat, Shaquille Wyan Que, Luke Matthews Bernardo and Adam Christopher Chan, and team leader James Kelvin Martin at the 2016 China Western Mathematical Invitational contest. [by MTG via Rappler]

The medals were won by students from De La Salle University Integrated School (DLSU-IS) and Grace Christian College (GCC).

De La Salle University Integrated School’s Albert John Patupat won the gold, along with Grace Christian College’s Shaquille Wyan Que.

Winning the silver were DLSU-IS student Luke Matthews Bernardo and GCC’s Adam Christopher Chan.

Mathematics Trainers Guild – Philippines congratulated the students for bringing honor to the country with their win at the CWMI, considered one of the toughest math competitions in China.

The Filipino math wizards competed against students from China, Hong Kong, Macau, Russia, India, Indonesia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, and fellow Filipinos.

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