Four students from Chinese 102 and Chinese 202 classes competed at the 2018 Wisconsin Annual Chinese Language Speech Contest at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on May 12th. Soye Kim (Chinese 102, pictured above) received the 1st place in the beginner category. In the intermediate category, Kaitlin Mattis (Chinese 202) received the 2nd place, Allie Knuth (Chinese 202) placed 3rd , and Chloe Knuth (Chinese 202) received honorable mention. This is the fourth year for Blugolds to participate in this event and showcase their passion and achievements in Chinese learning. Dr. Kaishan Kong encourages more students to take Chinese 101 and 201 in the fall semester. Congratulations, Blugolds!
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