Japanese speech contest
30 May 2012
Third year students Connie Kou, Wai Shin Ngam and Karen Chong, from the Department of Bioengineering, recently won the Cultural Inheritance Prize in the finals of the Japanese Speech Contest for University Students.
The students, who are studying Japanese in the Department of Humanities, gave a spoken presentation about the Chinese New Year. In addition, a third year Chemistry student, Joel Boom, was selected as a finalist in the Studying Japanese as an Elective or Optional Course category. The annual event, which featured 10 individual speeches and four group presentations, is co-organised by the British Association for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language and the Japan Foundation.