Chinese proficiency competition for students held in Hungary

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BUDAPEST, May 27 (Xinhua) -- The 2022 Chinese Proficiency Competition for Hungarian College Students, and Chinese Show for Primary School Students, were held online on Friday at the University of Szeged in Hungary.

A total of nine contestants from four colleges and universities participated in the event, which was jointly organized by the Chinese Embassy in Hungary and the Confucius Institute at the University of Szeged.

The theme of the "Chinese Bridge" competition for Hungarian college students was "One World, One Family." It consisted of two parts: a keynote speech with Q&A, and a talent show. The competition was won by Kim Younhwi from the Confucius Institute at the University of Debrecen.

Meanwhile, the theme of the Chinese show for primary school students was "Happy Chinese." Five schools selected nine students to participate in the show, which was won by Janka Jonas from Hungarian-Chinese Bilingual Primary School.

The Chinese Proficiency Competition attracted "young students from all over the world to learn Chinese and understand Chinese language and culture," said Qi Dayu, Chinese Ambassador to Hungary.

During the competition, Hungarian contestants demonstrated their achievements in learning Chinese, and their understanding of Chinese culture, he added.

Events such as these promote cultural exchange and boost the friendship between the two countries, the Ambassador underlined.

Clara Galen, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Szeged, said the Confucius Institute at the university has been committed to developing and promoting Chinese language teaching for many years. This work has also been extended to primary and secondary schools in the Great Plains of southern Hungary. Enditem

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