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The British Association for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language - BATJ
August 2018 BATJ Seminar on 'Sukima Gengogaku no Susume'

Date: Saturday 18 August 2018
Venue: Regent’s University London, Tuke115
Speaker: Prof Enoch Iwamoto (Kanda University of International Studies, Japan)
Fee: Free

- Abstract
- Online registration
- How to get to the venue

 
The 21st BATJ Annual Conference
Date: Friday 31st August and Saturday 1st September
Day 1 12:00-19:00 (registration starts from 11:00)
Day 2 9:30-17:00
Venue: Priory Road Complex, University of Bristol
Keynote Speaker:

Professor Isao Iori (Hitotsubashi University)
"How should grammar be written for production? : A case study of passive, causative and (in)transitive"
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Invited Speaker: Dr Ian Foster
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- Online Registration
- Accommodation
- University of Bristol: Maps and travel information

 
The 13th Japanese Speech Contest for University Students - Results -

Date: Saturday 24th February 2018
Time: 13:00-19:00
Venue: Great Hall, King's College London

Speech Category

Winner
Hester Mullen (4th year at the University of Edinburgh, Japanese)
"Shimokawa, the Vibrant Future City of the Forest: What a Small Japanese Town Can Teach the World"

2nd Place
Yee Ching Chow (4th year at SOAS, University of London, Japanese and Korean)
"Negative body image and the influence of media amongst young women in Japan"

3rd Place
Yin Kwan Lao (2nd year at the University of East Anglia, Modern Language(s) with Management Studies)
"From Young to Middle-Aged: Aggravating NEET Problem and the Importance of Family Education"

Runners Up (in alphabetical order)
Peter Adolfsson (4th year at the University of Edinburgh, Japanese and Linguistics)
Mark McPhillips (5th year at the University of Leeds, Chinese and Japanese)
Elizabeth Wilder (4th year at the University of Leeds, French and Japanese)

Individual Presentation Category

Winner
Ellis Warren (2nd year at SOAS, University of London, Japanese and Economics)
"Regarding the British - The British and Racial Tolerance"

2nd Place
Sebastian Lim (4th year at Imperial College London, Aeronautical Engineering)
"Singapore's Past and Present"

Runners Up (in alphabetical order)
Merle Kartscher (2nd year at SOAS, University of London, Japanese and Chinese Studies)
Junxi Peng (3rd year at Imperial College London, Chemistry with Molecular Physics and a Year in Industry)
Adam Powell-Davis (1st year at the University of Oxford, Oriental Studies <Japanese>)

Group Presentation Category

The Excellent Team Players Prize

Friends from Wonderland (University of Bristol)
"Alice in Ingurland, North and South"
Lewis Rennie-Campbell, Lucy Cross, Alice Fan and Cosmo Radford

The Cultural Heritage Prize

Sheep Jump (University of East Anglia)
"Superstitions in Romanian's Cultural Events"
Madalina Antonia Stan and Lidia-Veronica Lucaciu

The Culture Understanding Prize

Kyuuri Club (University of Leeds)
"Britain: expectation vs reality"
Olivia Joy Menin, Jaydee Cozzi, Jenson Grech and Alexandra Baranova

The Health Promotion Prize

Hot! Hot! Hot! (King's College London)
"Spicy!"
Min Ju Lee and Han Zhang

Download:

- Finals Day Programme

Videos from the Contest Finals Day can be viewed here

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