UOA student selected for the global Chinese language show
After two rounds of competition, the winners of this year’s tertiary Chinese Bridge competition have been selected. Mohammad Khan, a second-year student from the University of Auckland, won first place and will be nominated to participate in the global Chinese Bridge competition, to be held online from Beijing. Mohammad started his Chinese journey in high school, Rotorua Boys’ High School. He won a top prize in the NZ national Chinese Bridge competition for secondary school students, which provided him and his friends with a life-changing experience in visiting China. Currently, he is studying commerce and the Chinese language at the University of Auckland.
Two students from Massey University, Jason Hagen and Karen Chin Pratap, won second and third place in the competition.
CI director Dr Xuelin Zhou presented the winner’s trophy and certificate to Mohammad in person.