Closing date: 31 March 2011
Are you dreaming to go to Japan? Well, if you are a secondary school student currently studying Japanese, you might have the chance. The Japanese Speech Contest for Secondary Schools is back!!!
This contest is aimed at providing an opportunity for Japanese learners at secondary school level to express their opinions and thoughts in Japanese as well as to show their skills in the language. We hope that this would raise awareness and deepen understanding among secondary school students on the importance of intercultural and cross-cultural communication.
Contest Date: Monday, 2 May 2011 (Mayday replacement holiday)
Venue: The Japan Club of Kuala Lumpur
How to enter for the contest?
Firstly, check your eligibility. You must:
Be a Malaysian, between 15 to 18 years old (as of April 1, 2011) currently studying in any public or private secondary school;
Be a non-native Japanese speaker and neither of your parents is Japanese; and
NOT be a previous winner of this contest.
Then, read and understand the rules and regulations of the contest before you proceed to write your speech. Please note that your speech must be your own original work and has not been presented in any contest before.
Please download Rules & regulations, contest form and manuscript format from here:
> Rules & Regulations
> Entry Form (RS)
> Entry Form (DS, Private Institute)
> Manuscript Format
Where to Submit Application?
Closing Date: March 31, 2011
Unless you are a student from the residential school, you have to submit your application, together with the manuscript to:
The Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur
18th Floor, Northpoint, Block B
No 1, Medan Syed Putra
59200 Kuala Lumpur
For residential school, please submit your application via the Residential & Cluster School Management Division, Ministry of Education Malaysia.
For further information, you may contact Mr. Nobli / Ms. Yamakawa at 03-22847228 or email to email@example.com
(JFKL organizes this contest together with the Japan Club of Kuala Lumpur (JCKL), the Japanese Chamber of Trade & Industry, Malaysia (JACTIM), the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education Malaysia.)