Nakhon Pathom, Thailand,--A four-member team from Taiwan has had a sweeping success in the 49th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) in Thailand, with each member winning one gold medal.
The team received the four golds in the IChO closing and award presentation ceremony on Friday in Nakhon Pathom, a central province of Thailand.
The team comprises Taipei Municipal Jianguo High School students Fang Tung-hua (???) and Yuan Chung-yueh (???), National Tainan First Senior High School student Lin Wei-yu (???) and Taichung First Senior High School student Yeh Yuan-chen (???).
Yeh, the only female member of the team, achieved the best performance among the four with her second-best score among all the gold medalists in the 2017 Chemistry Olympiad, which opened on July 6 with the participation of teams from 76 countries.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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