Regional preliminary of the 2016 “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition in Moldova wraps up

[Source]    Confucius Institute at the Free International University of Moldova [Time]    2016-04-27 11:28:29 
 

On April 23rd, local time, hosted by the Confucius Institute and jointly organized by the Chinese Embassy in Moldova and the Confucius Institute at the Free International University of Moldova, the Moldovan regional preliminaries of the 15th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students and the 9th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign Secondary School Students in Moldova successfully concluded.

Mr. Chiril Gaburici, former Prime Minister of Moldova;Mr. Guo Xueli, Charge d’affaires at the Chinese Embassy in Moldova; other officials of the Chinese Embassy; Ms. Valentina Ciumacenco, Director of the Center for International Cooperation at the Free International University; and Ms. Angela Savin-Zgardan, Dean of the Faculty of Letters as well as other guests were invited to attend the event.

This competition was composed of three sections, namely, keynote speech, Chinese knowledge quiz and talent show. In the keynote speech section, taking “Dreams Enlighten the Future” as the central theme and based on their own experiences in Chinese learning as well as their understanding of the Chinese culture, the contestants shared their deep affection for China and the Chinese language. All the judges and the audience gasped with admiration at the outstanding performances given by the contestants.


Spectacular performance of the Chinese fan dance


Graceful dance The Girl of Dai Ethnic Group

In the talent show section, the contestants staged a variety of fascinating performances, including Chinese songs, traditional Chinese dances, and poem recitation, which presented to the audience an audio-visual feast.


A group photo of the judges and prize-winners

After the fierce competition, one contestant with the Chinese name Li Tingna and the other named Dianna stood out, winning the championship of the secondary school group and the college group, respectively.

This “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition greatly stirred up local students’ passion for learning Chinese.

 
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