Pittsburgh Allderdice students earned top titles at the Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania’s annual High School Japanese Speech Contest.
The competition was divided into four levels: a poster session for first-year students of Japanese, followed by three levels corresponding to the number of years of language study. The Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania held the annual High School Japanese Speech Contest competition in collaboration with the Asian Studies Center (UCIS), Japanese Speaking Society at the University of Pittsburgh earlier this month. at the William Pitt Union.
First place in the Advanced Plus category went to Joshua Zak. Joshua also received the Consulate Award, an electronic Japanese-English dictionary. First place in the Beginner category went to Sherry Ann Yang Allderdice High School. Hongching Cheung won the poster competition. All three students are taught by Ms. Isabel Espino de Valdivia.
(Photo: Joshua Zak)
(Photo: Sherry Ann Yang)