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May 16, 2016

Hungarian Rubik Cube World Champion inspires Millennials

Islamabad

 
May 16, 2016

Islamabad

The first ever National Level Competition for Rubik’s Cube was organised by the Hungarian Ambassador István Szabóand his wife in collaboration with Roots Millennium Schools at The Millennium University College, H-11/4, Islamabad, says a press release. 

It was a rare opportunity for the Millennials as the Three times Rubik’s Cube Hungarian National Champion, Hunor Bozsing together with István Szabó, Hungarian Ambassador & his Wife Madame Emilia Szabo and Deputy Head of Mission Ms. Agnes Pompos were especially invited to the event at TMUC, Islamabad to grace the occasion. More than 60 students from various campuses of Roots Millennium Schools nationwide enthusiastically participated in this contest.

The event started with the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran and the National Anthems of both the countries were then played. RMS Leadership warmly welcomed IstvánSzabó, Hungarian Ambassador to Pakistan, his Wife and Hunor Bozsing to this unique event.

Bozsing developed a curiosity and love of Rubik’s cube when he stumbled upon one in his grandmother’s house at the age of six years. His passion and keen interest in learning various algorithms used to solve Rubik’s Cube led him to become the World Champion by solving Rubik’s Cube puzzles in just 8 seconds at the very young age.  The audience was awestruck by how quickly Hunor was able to solve different types of cubes during a demonstration given by him.

In the contest the students solved the Rubik’s cube as per the given guidelines and techniques shared by the World Champion. It was a million dollar opportunity for the young Millennials as they showcased their talent infront of the champion himself. The winners were awarded with medals and certificates from the Hungarian Embassy. 

During the questions and answers session when asked that being a student himself how Bozsing manages his studies and his love for solving cubes, he said: “Time Management is the key to my success, all our time is free but it is our choice how we want to spend it during the day.” He also said that he was delighted to see such talented students at Roots Millennium Schools and encouraged them to keep practicing to master their skills.

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