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The 16th Japanese Speech Contest for University Students - Results -

Date: Saturday 6th March 2021
Time: 13:00-17:00
Venue: Online (Zoom software)

Speech Category

Winner
Maya Estrella Jones (4th year at SOAS University of London)
"Imperfection is beautiful – How wabi-sabi can erase mental health stigma"

2nd Place
Julia Mary Follan (3rd year at University of Oxford)
"A warning on the dangers of an unequal society"

Runners Up (in alphabetical order)
Rosi Byard-Jones (4th year at SOAS University of London)
Laurentiu Chiriac (4th year at University of Sheffield)
Katie Kessler (3rd year at University of Oxford)

Individual Presentation Category

Winner
Kailun Peng (3rd year at Imperial College London)
"'Not exactly your "China doll"!': living in a world of stereotypes"

2nd Place
Maria Dunkley (4th year at University of Warwick)
"A Town and its Apple: A Love Story"

Runners Up (in alphabetical order)
Minju Kim (1st year at The University of Edinburgh)
Keira Santi (1st year at SOAS University of London)
Wei Shan (Helen) Tan (4th year at Imperial College London)

Group Presentation Category

The Katana in the Zongzi (Manchester Metropolitan University)
"The transition in the celebration of Chinese Dragonboat festival"
Yuan Li (Business with Japanese)
Kudzanayi Machiwenyika (Business with Japanese)

Purple Geese (University of Warwick)
"Things You Shouldn't Do in England"
Mikolaj Krok (Modern Languages)
Estela Faria (Modern Languages and Economics)
Mia Harris (Linguistics with Japanese)
Lauren Richards (Modern Languages)

Jolly good snow (Imperial College London)
"Winter Holidays - Christmas & New Year"
Shi Wing (Martha) Yeung (Biotechnology)
Ivan Ereshchenko (Computing)
Florin-Teodor Ruja (Computing)
Anne Katrin Soltow (Aeronautical Engineering)

King’s Breakfast Club (King’s College London)
"Breakfast Culture (UK, Poland, China and Italy)"
Jakub Mildner (PhD Physics)
Sandro Dong (Electronic and Information Engineering)
Wenjing Wang (PhD Psychological Medicine)

Primary School Kids (University of Hertfordshire)
"A Day in the Life of 10 Year Olds from Poland and England (Doing a Homestay in Ecuador)"
Noor Liyana Azmi (Illustration)
Barbara Gomolka (English Language and Linguistics with Japanese)
Melanie Luz Viera Chavez (Event Management and Japanese)

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