2013 Hanyu Qiao Chinese Proficiency Competition for Secondary School Students
Preliminary Final for students from SA, WA, NT & ACT
The 6th Hanyu Qiao Chinese Proficiency Competition for Secondary School Students will be held in Bonython Hall on June 13th-14th by the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide.
The Hanyu Qiao Chinese Proficiency Competition provides an opportunity for students learning Chinese to demonstrate their Chinese proficiency, have a fun and rewarding experience, to meet other students interested in Chinese, and to motivate them to continue pursuing their language studies. The winners of the competition will be invited to compete in the international finals in China in 2013.
The competition composes three categories including 'Prepared Speech in Chinese' 'Chinese Culture Performance' 'Knowledge of China Written Test'. Prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third placed contestants overall. Prizes will also be awarded to the winners of each category.
To participate this competition, students must:
- Be between 15-20 years old
- Not be Chinese nationals
- Not have been born and raised in a Chinese speaking country
- Not be a native speaker of Chinese
- Be enrolled as high school students
Please click here for more information about the competition or to register as contestants.
Contestant registration forms need to be received by the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide no later than Tuesday April 30.
This competition is open to all who want to observe as audience on June 14th, Friday (9am-1pm in Bonython Hall). Schools are welcome to bring students as excursion. No limit for the number of seats, but online registration is necessary.
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