A student of University of Foreign Language Studies – The University of Danang won the 1st prize in the 2021 Japanese Speaking Contest

01/04/2021

Le Thi Thu Uyen, a student from University of Foreign Language Studies (UFL) – The University of Danang (UD) has won the 1st prize in the 2021 Japanese Speaking Contest of which the theme was “How does Coronavirus impact your life?”.

The contest was reserved for students from universities and high schools in Danang. As the champion of the city-level contest, Uyen will be honored to represent Danang students to participate in the national Japanese Speaking Contest scheduled in July 2021.

Le Thi Thu Uyen received the 1st prize.

The contest is a playground for academic and cultural exchange, which aims at developing Japanese speaking skills for students, helping them to be confident and resilient towards future academic and career successes.

According to Prof. Dr. Tran Van Nam, former President of the UD, Chairman of the Vietnam – Japan Friendship Association of Danang city: “This year’s contest is organized professionally with many cultural exchange and learning activities attracting young people, such as: calligraphy, origami, yukata dressing, fashion show, yosakoi dancing, etc”.

Representatives from Japanese organizations and businesses.

The Japanese speaking skills of candidates, especially those from UFL – the UD, were highly appreciated by the board of judges as well as left a good impression on the guests who are Japanese representatives from the Japanese Consulate General in Danang, Japan Foundation, businesses association, etc.

Chairman of the Japanese Businesses Association in Danang Ikeda Naoatsu shared that the enterprises’ demand for Japanese-fluent human resources is huge at present.

Although the global economy has been heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, Japanese businesses and organizations which have close partnerships with Vietnam (Japan International Cooperation Agency – JICA, Japan Foundation, Vietnam – Japan Human Resources Cooperation Center) are always accompanying UFL-UD in providing internship and scholarship opportunities, textbooks for students.

News by CLIRC – UD

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