The 15th “Chinese Bridge” Preliminary Contest in Ho Chi Minh City

The preliminary competition of the 15th "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for College Students was held on June 03, 2016 at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU-HCM.

The "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition is a large-scale international contest sponsored by Hanban, and is well-known in the cultural and educational exchanges worldwide. The "Chinese Bridge" Competition aims to arouse the enthusiasm of students in various countries in learning Chinese and strengthen the world's understanding of Chinese language and culture. At present, the competition has become an important platform for college students of various countries to learn Chinese language and learn about China. It builds a communication bridge between young people of China and other countries.

This year, students from universities in Ho Chi Minh City participated in the 15th 'Chinese Bridge' competition held at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City (USSH-VNU-HCM), showing their diversity and willingness to grow in their knowledge of the Chinese language and culture.

On June 3rd 2016, the University of Social Sciences and Humanities - VNU successfully held the 15th “Chinese Bridge” Preliminary Contest in Ho Chi Minh City in collaboration with the Consulate General of People's Republic of China in Ho Chi Minh City. The honored guests of the contest include Mr. Chu Dong, Deputy Consul General, Consulate General of People's Republic of China in HCMC; Mr. Ly Gia Ninh, Cultural Consul, Consulate General of People's Republic of China in HCMC; Mr. Do Huu Tuyet, Deputy Director General, Deputy Director of the Representative Office of the Ministry of Education and Training in Ho Chi Minh City; Dr. Nguyen Khac Canh, Vice President of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU-HCM and numerous lecturers, leaders from faculties / departments, offices and centers and students – spectators and supporters of the 16 contestants from numerous universities in HCM City.

The board of judges of this year's contest included Dr. Nguyen Dinh Phuc, Head of the Faculty of Chinese Linguistics and Literature, USSH-VNU-HCM (Chief Judge); Mr. Chu Dong, Deputy Consul General, Consulate General of PRC in HCMC; Dr. Nguyen Phuoc Loc, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Chinese Language, HCMC University of Pedagogy; Dr. Ho Thi Trinh Anh, Head of the Department of Chinese Language, Faculty of Foreign Languages, HCMC Open University; MSc. Tran Dinh Tuan, Lecturer in the Faculty of Foreign Languages, HCMC University of Foreign Languages – Information Technology (HUFLIT).

In the Opening speech of the contest, Dr. Nguyen Khac Canh, Vice President of USSH-VNU-HCM , emphasized the honor of the university to be the host of the 15th “Chinese Bridge” Preliminary Contest in Ho Chi Minh City - Vietnam and at the same time gave thanks to the Consulate General of PRC in HCMC for the support and sponsorship of the contest.

The 16 contestants of this year’s contest are students of Chinese linguistic and cultural studies from the 4 universities: HCMC University of Pedagogy, HCMC Open University City, HCMC University of Foreign Languages and Information Technology, and University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU-HCM (host).

The contestants went through 3 exciting rounds: 1) General Knowledge, 2) Presentations and 3) Talent showcase. According to the judges, the contestants excellently showcased their knowledge of Chinese culture and country; their interesting views on topics such as family, love, emotions, youth, dreams and aspirations of youth, etc. Besides, the distinctive talents of the contestants were also expressed in the third round, much to the excitement of the audience.

The 15th “Chinese Bridge” Preliminary Contest in Ho Chi Minh City - Vietnam concluded with the results: First prize went to Chang Wei Jiun – from the Faculty of Chinese Language, Ho Chi Minh City University of Pedagogy; Second prize went to Luong Ngoc Oanh – from the Faculty of Oriental Studies, USSH-VNU-HCM; Third prize belonged to Ngo Tu Man – from the Faculty of Oriental Studies, USSH-VNU-HCM.

Third place: Ngo Tu Man – from the Faculty of Oriental Studies, USSH-VNU-HCM.


Second place: Luong Ngoc Oanh – from the Faculty of Oriental Studies, USSH-VNU-HCM


First place: Chang Wei Jiun – from the Faculty of Chinese Language, Ho Chi Minh City University of Pedagogy

The 16 contestants and the board of judges

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