The Malaysian Preliminary Contest of the 17th Chinese Bridge Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Student Concluded

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On May 5th, the 17th Malaysian Chinese Bridge Preliminary Contest for Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Student co-organized by KongZi Institute University of Malaya and Chinese Embassy in Malaysia was successfully held at KongZi Institute University of Malaya. A total of 31 contestants from 15 universities in Malaysia took part in the preliminary contest.

In the opening ceremony, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Noor Zalina Mohammad, Malaysian Director of KongZi Institute UM summarized the development history of Chinese Bridge for College Students in Malaysia, and evaluated the achievement by the Malaysian contestant who won in the final last year. She encouraged students to be challenged and create a new height for Malaysia this year. KongZi Institute invited Mr. Zhang Jiexin, Director of Culture and Education Office in Embassy of China, as the special guest. Mr Zhang noted in his remarks that Chinese Bridge is also a bridge that connects Malaysia and China on the culture platform. He said the traditional folk and culture exchange between two countries is getting more frequent, especially on the cultural and educational communication among young people. He hoped students could improve their competency in Chinese, further understand the Chinese culture, and make a contribution on Chinese and Malaysian cultural exchange in the future.

The competition is divided into three parts: speech, question & answer (Q&A) and talent show. All the contestants are non-native Chinese speakers; they gave the speeches on the topic “Experience Chinese Culture, Share Your Stories about China” in the first part. Nurainina Natasha from UiTM impressed the judges and audience by her outstanding speech. In the third part, contestants showed their love and deep understanding on traditional Chinese culture by their wonderful performance such as Mandarin singing, folk dancing, traditional Chinese instruments playing and Chinese Kong Fu.

After intense competition, Nurainina Natasha from UiTM emerged as Champion. Muhammad Syafiq Farhan Boo Bin Omar Boo who is from UPM won the second prize. They will be the representative for Malaysia College students to participate in the semi-final and final round of Chinese Bridge-World College Students Chinese Proficiency Competition.



大赛开幕式上,马来亚大学孔子学院马方院长Dr. Zalina Muhammad 向参赛选手和观众致欢迎词,并介绍了汉语桥在马来西亚的发展历程,同时回顾了上届选手在全球总决赛中取得的不俗成绩。她鼓励同学们不断迎接挑战,为马来西亚再创佳绩。大赛邀请了中国驻马来西亚大使馆文化处主任张杰鑫为特邀嘉宾。张主任在开幕致辞中表示,汉语桥是连接中马文化交流的桥梁。近年来中马民间友好交往愈加频繁,青年学生间的文化交流成为一个新亮点。希望各位同学努力学习汉语,了解中华文化,为中马文化交流贡献力量。


经过激烈的比拼,最后来自玛拉工艺大学的莱娜·娜塔莎(NURAININA NATASHA)同学和来自博特拉大学的巫伟翰(MUHAMMAD SYAFIQ FARHAN BOO BIN OMAR BOO)同学分别获得了本次比赛的冠军和亚军。他们将代表马来西亚,赴中国参加汉语桥复赛及全球总决赛,与世界其他国家选手同台竞技。[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”5120″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery type=”image_grid” images=”5120,5123,5081,5082,5078,5080″][/vc_column][/vc_row]