2018 Chinese Bridge Chinese Proficiency Competition Showcases UQ Students’ Talents

5 June 2018

The University of Queensland has continued to excel at the 17th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition, reflecting the consistent performance of the students and UQ’s Chinese program. The "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for International University Students is an annual, large-scale international contest sponsored by the Office of the Chinese Language Council International (Hanban) in Beijing and is well-known in cultural and educational exchanges worldwide. The winners of first place and second place will go to China for the final international competition.

The 2018 Queensland Preliminary Competition, hosted by the Tourism Confucius Institute at Griffith University in conjunction with the Chinese Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Brisbane and the Confucius Institute at The University of Queensland, was held on May 19th at the Griffith University Nathan Campus. A strong field of Queensland-based contestants participated.

This year’s theme for the competition was One World, One Family.

Congratulations to the 5 UQ students whom performed so admirably in their respective categories and to all students that participated in the contest. 

2018 Prize Winner List – UQ Students

Advanced Division

All Round:

3rd Prize – Zoe Wilson

 

Written Test:

2nd Prize – Zoe Wilson
 

Oral Presentation:

2nd Prize – Zoe Wilson
 

Arts Performance:

2nd Prize – Zoe Wilson

 

 

Basic Division

All Round:

1st Prize – Jack Stubbs

3rd Prize – William Thompson

 

Written Test:

2nd Prize – Jack Stubbs

3rd Prize – William Thompson

 

Oral Presentation:

2nd Prize – Jack Stubbs

3rd Prize – Kudzai Dube

 

Arts Performance:

1st Prize – William Thompson

2nd Prize – Jack Stubbs

3rd Prize – Sam Bennett 

 

 

 

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