Extravaganza, digital story screening event for JPN202 and JPN302 were held on April 29th, the last day of Spring semester 2013.
In JPN202, students made digital story movies to introduce their favorite sights or the cultural differences between Japan and their cultures. Two movies each were chosen from three sections of JPN202. The following are the six finalists. We enjoyed viewing all of the movies!!
- Cheng Yue 清水寺（きよみずでら）
- Jiang Xinyi ウィリスタワー
- Nie Jiayi 張家界（ちょうかかい）
- Sun Shine 東京大神宮（とうきょうだいじんぐう）
- Wang Sijia お笑い（おわらい）
- Williams Denton ルーブル美術館（びじゅつかん）
The winners are:
1st Wang Sijia
2nd Nie Jiayi
3rd Sun Shine
Students in JPN302 made “my story” as their digital story assignment. Three movies were chosen from each section. The following are the finalists we viewed at the event. Some of them were heartwarming and some of them were energetic. We enjoyed learning about each of you!!
Great job everyone!!
On March 30 Georgia’s Annual Japanese Speech Contest was held, where several Emory students participated. The following students participated:
Speech Division: Calvin Tong, Alex Ankar, Jonguk Lim
Recitation Division: Alexa VanDemark, Shumei Zhang, Yue Cheng
Open Division: Nie Jiayi, Sun Shine
Everyone gave wonderful speeches and several students received awards. For the Recitation Division, Yue Chang received the first place award, and Alexa VanDemark received the third place award. For the Open Division, Nie Jiayi received the second place award, and Sun Shine received the third place award.
Thank you to all those who participated and also to those who made the event possible.
Here are some pictures from the event:
I know this is very late but thank you everyone for sending the wonderful New Year’s cards, or nengajo. Emory students, with the nengajo they sent, won first, second, and third place for the GATJ 2013 Nengajo Contest. Congratulations!
Here are some of the cards students made and the results of the GATJ 2013 Nengajo Contest:
- First Place – Katina Warsham
- Second Place – Linda Yi Lin
- Third Place – Jasmine Hensley
Here are all of the nengajou sent by Emory students:
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