HEADLINE Chinese Bridge language competition held at Mongolia University

HEADLINE

Chinese Bridge language competition held at Mongolia University

By Huo Wen | People's Daily app

01:16, May 01, 2018

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A Mongolian high school student competes in the Chinese Bridge language competition in Ulaan Baatar on April 28, 2018. (Photo: Huo Wen)

Ulaan Baatar (People’s Daily) –  High school students from all parts of Mongolia convened in the nation’s capital over the weekend to compete in the annual Chinese Bridge language competition sponsored by the Confucius Institute and held at the Ulaan Baatar Theatre.

2.蒙古乌兰巴托贺希格中学10年级学生苏布德表演京剧《巾帼穆桂英》。.jpg

It was estimated some 500 people including teachers, parents, and high school students from Ulaan Baatar, Darhan, and other regions came to watch and enjoy the world-renowned Chinese language competition at the National University of Mongolia.

3.蒙古国立23中学11年级学生那木达里表演舞台剧《巾帼木兰情》。.jpg

High school contestant Danzan Dourgler, a sophomore at the China-Mongolia Friendship School, performed "A Second War" to claim this year’s title.

乌兰巴托市旅蒙华侨蒙中友谊学校十年级学生丹赞道尔格勒在“画中有诗”环节。.JPG

Second place finalist was a student named “Bayar,” and both will represent their country when they travel to China and compete in the Chinese Bridge World Championships later this year. 

蒙古乌兰巴托育才学校9年级学生巴特尔表演小品《西游后传》。.JPG

Dean of the Confucius Institute at the National University of Mongolia, Zhu Jun Li, said the Chinese Bridge competition attracts widespread participation from high schools throughout Mongolia as “Chinese language fever” continues to rise.

蒙古乌兰巴托育才学校11年级学生表演舞台剧《包青天之铡美案》。.JPG

According to national statistics, Mongolia currently has 16 universities where roughly 1.2 million students study Chinese. And it is expected the number of Chinese language students will continue to experience steady growth.  


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