9th Annual Sagittarius Challenge Japanese / English Speech Contest

2011.06.29

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The 9th Annual Sagittarius Challenge Japanese / English Speech Contest was held on June 29. This speech contest is a general examination of the individuality, clarity and appropriateness of vocabulary provided by students not in their mother tongue through a 5min speech and Q&A time. 9 contestants were selected based on submitted speeches and applications from which 1st and 2nd place getters were chosen for each of the Japanese and English contests. Many students were involved in the successful running of the Speech Contest including members of the international circle ‘Friends’ and students from the International House, international students.

Japanese Speech Contest Award winners
[Sagittarius Prize]
“GENGOKINOU”
by Gross Robert
(Faculty of Foreign Languages)
Exchange student from Adam Mickiewicz University

[Prize for Excellence]
“Nihongo equal Aimaisa”
by LEE Tsz Ming
(Faculty of cultural study)
Exchange student from The Chinese University of Hong Kong

English Speech Contest Award winners
[Sagittarius Prize]
“The gift-giving customs of the Japanese”
by Kwan Hoi Yee
(Faculty of cultural study)
Exchange student from The Chinese University of Hong Kong

[Prize for Excellence]
“Memory of March in Japan”
by Yan Ying Ying
(Faculty of Economics)
Exchange student from Soochow University
Japanese Speech Contestants & Judges
English Speech Contestants & Judges
Contestants & Judges at the reception
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