Bangladeshi students excel in “12th Japanese Speech Contest in Bangladesh”

Among the 10 final contestants, MD. Tarek Rahman with the speech titled “Friendship between Japan and Bangladesh”

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Dhaka Bureau Policy Times : 
On Saturday, February 27th the ‘12th Speech Contest in Japanese Language was held in Dhaka, where the top 10 Japanese language learners out of 21 contestants impressed the audience with their unique topics, rich contents, and fluency in the language at the final round of the contest. This year’s speech contest was co-organized by the Embassy of Japan in Bangladesh, the Japanese Universities Alumni Association in Bangladesh and the Japan Foundation.

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Among the 10 final contestants, MD. Tarek Rahman with the speech titled “Friendship between Japan and Bangladesh in the advanced category got the biggest applause from the 4 Japanese Judges and won the first prize. Mikasa Sanjana also delivered a splendid speech “Japanese Animation” was awarded the first position in the Beginner’s category.

This year’s contest was sponsored by Kaicom Solutions Japan, Saito Nenshi Bangladesh LTD., Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka, Sumitomo Corporation Asia & Oceania Pte. Ltd., Nagasaki Restaurant, Nippon Koei Co., Ltd., Mizuho, YKK Bangladesh Pte Ltd., as well as the Japan Commerce & Industry Association in Dhaka.

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