Mongolian Regional Final of 17th  “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students Held

[Source]    people.com.cn [Time]    2018-04-16 10:03:32 
 

The Mongolian Regional Final of the 17th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students concluded in Ulan Bator Opera House on April 7th. Sponsored by Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban), the contest was organized by the Confucius Institute at National University of Mongolia and Mongolia-China Chinese Language Teachers Association, and co-organized by China-Mongolia Cultural and Educational Foundation and China Cultural Center in Ulan Bator. The contest drew 15 participants from 7 Mongolian universities, including the National University of Mongolia, the University of Humanities, Mongolian State University of Education, Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Ulan Bator State University, Ihk Zasag International University, and Otgontenger University.


Bimba Bayar, a senior student from the National University of Mongolia, singing Chinese Song “Across the Sea to See You”


Buyan Taugehtehe, a freshman from Ulan Bator State University, playing Taiji sword


Durma Sulen, a sophomore from the National University of Mongolia, demonstrating Chinese calligraphy and singing Chinese Song “Moonlight Over the Lotus Pond”


Tsezen Nardemead, a senior student from Mongolian State University of Education, singing Chinese song “I am from the Prairie”.


Hershey G Garg, a sophomore from Ulan Bator State University, showing her mastery of martial arts with a sword, spear, and stick


Auchee Ema, a sophomore from Ihk Zasag International University, performing a Peking Opera “Talking and Singing on Facial Masks”


Friends and relatives of the contestants


Woolemooji, a 12-grade student of the 23rd Middle School of Ulan Bator, taking notes while watching

After two rounds of fierce competition in question and answer and talent shows, a junior student named Gueug from the University of Humanities won the first prize as well as the Award of Eloquence and the Award of Talent. Lerat Sekgowa Dorji, a freshman from Mongolian University of Science and Technology, and Marle Mar, a senior student from the National University of Mongolia, won the second prize.


A group photo of all the contestants in Mongolia final


Li Wei (left), Counselor of the Cultural Office of Chinese Embassy in Mongolia, awarding the first prize to Gueug


Yang Jiyong (middle), Deputy Chief Representative of Ulan Bator Representative Office of Bank of China, awarding the second prize to winners

According to the after-competition appraisal results of the organizing committee, the National University of Mongolia, Mongolian State University of Education, and Mongolian University of Science and Technology won the Award of Best Organizer. Three Chinese teachers won the Award of Best Coaching, including Li Yangyang from the National University of Mongolia, Lu Chengjun from Mongolian University of Science and Technology, and Wang Qing from the University of Humanities.


Zhu Junli (second from the left), Director of the Confucius Institute of National University of Mongolia, presenting the Award of Best Organizer to universities

Over 200 audiences, including Li Wei, Counselor of the Cultural Office of Chinese Embassy in Mongolia and Director of the China Cultural Center in Ulan Bator, Zhu Junli, Director of the Confucius Institute at the National University of Mongolia, Bartema, President of Mongolia-China Chinese Language Teachers Association, Hasi Bagen, Deputy Director of the China Cultural Center in Ulan Bator, Yang Jiyong, Deputy Chief Representative of Ulan Bator Representative Office of Bank of China, Tsogzolmaa, Dean of the School of Educational Studies of Mongolian State University of Education as well as students from colleges and middle schools of the capital city Ulan Bator and some parent representatives, watched the contest.

(Story by Huo Wen, people.com.cn, Ulan Bator, April 8th)