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The 4th Japanese Speech Contest for University Students

Date: Saturday 21st February, discount 2009
Venue: School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), ask University of London

Category 1: Studying Japanese as the degree course


Winner: Jonathan King - University of Edinburgh

"A new lay judge system for the benefit of whom?"

2nd: Alison Sinead Evans - University of Oxford

"Sign Language and the Education of the Deaf"


Phillippa Harvey - University of Leeds

Luke Happle - SOAS, University of London

Alison Sinead Evans - University of Oxford

Min Park - University College London

Jonathan King, University of Edinburgh

Category 2: Studying Japanese as an elective/optional course


Winner: Bryan Woon, University of Warwick

"Is the Japanese salaryman fast becoming a relic of the past?"

2nd: Chang Liu, Imperial College London

"School Violence in Japan, China and the United Kingdom"


Hock Boon Ong - Imperial College London

Yi Zhang - University of Exeter

I-Ting Li -University of Hull

Chang Liu - Imperial College London

Bryan Woon - University of Warwick

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