The 15th Japanese Speech Contest for Secondary Schools (2018)


Theme: The App I Wish to Create…

Thousands of customized mobile phone apps are developed every day. We realized that there was great potential for those technologies to be applied to solve our daily problems.
If only your mobile phone could make your life easier, share with us the app you wish to create. The speech must be within 5 minutes.

☆ For Public School Learners ☆

Please refer to the circular issued by the Co-Curricular & Arts Division, Ministry of Education Malaysia.

☆ For Private Learners ☆

Your completed Application Form, together with the original Manuscript either handwritten or typewritten using the Japanese style manuscript paper (20×20 characters), a passport-sized Photo and Speech Video uploaded on Youtube must be submitted to  BEFORE March 5, 2018. The manuscript submitted must be an original work of the student and it must not have previously been presented in other contest or event. Incomplete applications will be rejected.


What’s New Information & Downloads
Call for Participants

19 Jan 2018 *NEW*
6 Feb 2018  *UPDATED*
5 Mar 2018 ☆CLOSED☆


(1) Flyer
(2) Rules and Regulations ?UPDATED?
(3) How to set the video unlisted? (For Private Learners)
(4) How to upload video on YouTube? (For Private Learners)
(5) Application Form (For Private Learners) ?UPDATED?
(6) Application Form (For Public School Learners)
(7) Script Paper (Japanese style)
Prizes & Sponsors

21 Feb 2018 *NEW*
11 Apr 2018 ☆UPDATED☆


Program Outline

11 Apr 2018 ☆UPDATED☆

Date: 21 Apr 2018 (Sat)
Time: 13:00 ? 16:30
Venue: The Japan Club of Kuala Lumpur(1) Program Details
(2) Contestant List
Call for Audience

11 Apr 2018 ☆UPDATED☆

(1) Flyer
(2) Venue Map

2 May 2018 ☆UPDATED☆



The 15th Japanese Speech Contest for Secondary Schools is organised by the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia, the Japanese Chamber of Trade & Industry, Malaysia (JACTIM), the Japan Club of Kuala Lumpur and The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur, with the cooperation of the Ministry of Education Malaysia and Pusat Bahasa Teikyo.


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