First Japanese and Vietnamese eloquence contest in Japan

A Japanese and Vietnamese eloquence contest was first held by the Vietnamese Youth and Student Association in Osaka (VYSA Osaka) at the Osaka University, Japan on October 11th.

First Japanese and Vietnamese eloquence contest in Japan
A Japanese and Vietnamese eloquence contest was first held by the Vietnamese Youth and Student Association in Osaka (VYSA Osaka) at the Osaka University, Japan on October 11th.

In terms of Japanese eloquence for Vietnamese youth and students, many thorny issues such as agriculture, education, export or integration were presented by candidates and received enthusiastic cheers from the viewers.

The organizing board presented the first prize to Ho An with a presentation on the important role of trade law in international cooperation. The second and third prizes were given to Hoang Tan Dat and Nguyen Thi Thao Van, respectively.

In terms of Vietnamese eloquence for amateurs, the viewers were actually astonished to witness Japanese friends relating very impressive stories.

Ms. Ito Hiromi told a story about a short time when she lived with her husband in Hanoi, or the story about a good 15-year friendship between 61-year old Ms. Yoshimura Kyoko and her friend. Ms. Yoshimura Kyoko said that the circle of friendship is the connection between the two people, understanding between the two souls and it has become the love for the two countries.

Mr. Tanaka Tetsujiro, 83 years old, made an interesting comparison between the image of circle of contest and the Honda wheel (“circle” and “wheel” are two harmonious words in Japanese language). According to him, over 15 years ago during his third visit to Vietnam. He saw motorbikes transporting goods on the road and felt happy because Japan’s wheels have contributed to developing the economy of Vietnam.

In terms of Vietnamese eloquence for students, the first prize was given to Matsui Tomoki with loving memories of the land and people in Quy Nhon, where Matsui Tomoki has been to study the Vietnamese language.

The second prize was awarded to Sakurai Yuta with a presentation about the desire for peace and the desire to eliminate all prejudices between all humankind. The third prize belonged to Yamakawa Yuto with a presentation about the other side of war history and a good interdependent history around the relationship among countries in the world./.

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