Syrian girl wins the grand prize in the global competition for mental computation

Sarah Kayali, an eight-year-old Syrian girl from Hazano village in Idlib countryside, won the grand prize in the global competition for mental computation, organized by the Chinese organization, "ACIDA".

Kayali was able to get first place in the competition among (6114) participants from (19) countries of the world, including Britain, China and the United States of America.

Sarah’s father confirmed that his daughter won first place well, and was able to prove her superiority over her competitors with persistence and determination and by her personal effort despite the  living conditions they suffer from.

 

Sarah is a very smart girl and exceeds the normal range for her age , and attains high degrees. She is able to solve any arithmetic problem within a period not exceeding two seconds, and give the correct answer she is preparing to participate in the next competition, which will be held in Taiwan on the 20th of this month.

Lama Razzouq