This year’s High School and University ‘Hanyu Qiao’ Chinese Bridge Competitions are just about to kick off, with both offering a chance to score a free trip to China for the top performers.
The University Hanyu Qiao Competition for students from SA, WA, NT, and ACT will be held in Adelaide on May 6th, with the top two placers scoring a trip to China.
It’s really not as difficult as you think, and you don’t have to be the overall winner to score great prizes, last year both the winner and runner-up were students from the University of Adelaide.
To learn more, and for a registration form, check the link here. You may also like to talk to your Chinese teacher about how best to prepare.
High School Competition
This year the Hanyu Qiao Competition for High School students from SA, WA, NT and ACT will be held at the University of Western Australia in Perth. The Adelaide Confucius Institute has funding to send 4 competitors to the competition and will cover the flights, accommodation and meals for the four winners of a preliminary SA only competition.
To enter all you need to do is record a short video of you giving a speech in Chinese, and giving a Chinese themed performance. For more info and to register check out the details here.
The winner’s in Perth will be invited to China to compete at the international finals.