Hanoi University and The Embassy of China to Vietnam co-organized the 18th Chinese Speaking Contest
HaNU – On May 18, 2019, Hanoi University and The Embassy of China to Vietnam co-organized the 18th Chinese Speaking Contest – ” The Chinese Bridge”. The contest took place at Hanoi University with the participation of students from universities and colleges in the Northern Region. Attending the programme, there were representative of Ministry of Education and Training; Cultural Counselor of Chinese Embassy in Vietnam – Mr Banh The Doan; Vice President of Hanoi University – Dr Pham Ngoc Thach, and representatives of schools with contestants attended the event.
Speaking at the opening of the Contest, according to Vice President Pham Ngoc Thach, the competition is a playground for students studying Chinese to demonstrate their Chinese proficiency and learn about Chinese Culture, thereby contributing to strengthening the solidarity and long-standing relationship between the people of Vietnam and China.
The event is held once a year with the participation of more than 50 countries worldwide, the “Chinese Bridge” competition organized by the Chinese Committee for Foreigners under the Ministry of Education of China. (Han Ban), is a playground for students who study Chinese to exchange and enhance their knowledge about Chinese culture, country and people.
Participating in the Competition in the Northern Region this year, there were 19 candidates from 17 universities and institutes including: Military Science Academy, Diplomatic Academy, Academy of Journalism and Communication, Hanoi University, Hanoi University of Foreign Languages, Thang Long University, Hung Vuong University, Thai Nguyen University, University of Commerce, Hanoi University of Industry, University of Ha Long, Ha Tinh University, Orient University, Sao Do University …
The 19 outstanding finalists must go through three competitions: Rhetoric – presenting a presentation with the topic: “One world, one family”; Comprehensive knowledge – including multiple-choice questions, fill-in-the-blanks, and questions on Chinese economic, society and culture; Talent – performing Chinese songs, ethnic dances, short plays, folk art, calligraphy, paper cutting, traditional Chinese painting, Chinese martial arts, …
At the end of the competition, the jury selected the best candidates to award. The first prize belongs to the contestant Luu Thi Bich Hang from the Academy of Military Sciences. Two contestants from the Chinese Studies Department of Hanoi University have won high prizes of the Competition. Specifically, contestant To Nguyet Linh won the Second Prize and Best Speaker Award; Candidate Do Nhu Quynh is the contestant who won the third prize.