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Speech Contest
The 10th Japanese Speech Contest for University Students - Results -

Date: 28 March 2015finalsday
Venue: Regent's University London

Speech Category

Ash Leigh Spreadbury (4th year at the University of Sheffield, Japanese Studies)
"Globalisation and English Curriculum in Japan"

2nd Place
Sakari Mesimki (4th year at the University of Cambridge,Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (Japanese))
"Burikko vs. Career woman - How Japans culture of cute is getting in the way"

3rd Place
Jason Peter Fernandes (4th year at Leeds, Chinese and Japanese Studies)
"The portrayal of women in the Japanese media"

Runners Up
Anton Bridge (4th year at SOAS, University of London, Japanese and History)
Rosamund Graham (4th year at SOAS, University of London, Japanese)
Tze Fung Lewis Leung (4th year at Newcastle University,Combined Honours)

Individual Presentation Category

Ying Liu (2nd year at the University of Nottingham,Cultures, Languages and Area Studies)
"Homeless dogs in China"

2nd Place
Daren Sin (2nd year at Imperial College London, Mathematics and Computer Science)
"Singlish: A language of Singapore"

Runners Up
Leo King (1st year at the University of Sheffield,Linguistics and Japanese)
Polena Lilyanova (1st year at Imperial College London,Computing)
Tsz Ching Jessica Poon (3rd year at King's College London,Pharmacology)

Group Presentation Category


BACH from SOAS (SOAS, University of London)
"Tourism in different countries"
Hannah Kemper, Yee Ching Chow, Brigid Bernard and Chinew Anyaorah

Local Culture Prize
Candy Queens (University of Nottingham)
"Funeral customs - Differences between the north and south of China"
Wenlu Yang and Ruojia Huang

Sweet Discovery Prize
Chocolate Mania (University ofBirmingham)
"The Cadbury family's chocolate village"
Zhuorui Zhou and Synthia Oenga

Truly Malaysia Prize
The science geeks (Imperial College London)
"An Introduction to Malaysian Culture and Traditions!"
Jer Wei Yeoh, Muhammad Iqmal Rahim and Jamielyn LauNikita Kamraj

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