This competition was held in conjunction with the fourth annual Sing Chu Literature Lecture. Our guest speaker for the lecture was renowned Taiwanese poet Xiang Yang, who is currently Professor at the National Taipei University of Education’s Graduate School of Taiwanese Culture and Chairman of Association for Taiwan Literature. He also served as the judge for the competition.
Congratulations to the prize winners!
At the same time, we would like to thank all the schools, teachers and students for participating in this competition.
SING CHU STUDENT CHINESE POETRY CREATION COMPETITION
|First Prize||Fan Wen||Temasek Junior College|
|Second Prize||Shao Xinning||Hwa Chong Institution|
|Third Prize||Yang Fan||Hwa Chong Institution|
|Xi Huijia||Hwa Chong International School|
|Wu Mengting||Hwa Chong International School|
|Li Jinsha||Dunman High School|
|Zhang Jiarui||Nan Chiau High School|
|Shirley Lee||National Junior College|
|Wang Mo Lei||Temasek Junior College|
|Wang Yinke||Hwa Chong Institution|
Poetry is one of the oldest form of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language to express meanings beautifully.
Calling out to all aspiring student poets, who has the flair and interest in writing Chinese poetry, Chou Sing Chu Foundation invites you to take part in the inaugural Sing Chu Student Chinese Poetry Creation Competition.
This competition is held in conjunction with Sing Chu Literature Lectures: Chapter 4.
Renowned Taiwanese poet, Xiang Yang, currently a Professor at the National Taipei University of Education’s Graduate School of Taiwanese Culture, Chairman of Association for Taiwan Literature, and Dr Tan Chee Lay, local accomplished poet, Associate Professor in Chinese in Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and is the Executive Director (Research & Development) of the Singapore Centre for Chinese Language, NTU, will review and select the winners for this contest.
Students will get a rare opportunity to learn more from these accomplished writers.
Time, Space, and the Human World — Poetry and the Everyday
The everyday of poetry is the poet’s perception of and response to time, space, and the human world. While the everyday can seem mundane, the poet should express its temporal, universal, and human qualities through poetry.
Open to all students studying in Secondary Schools and Junior Colleges in Singapore
Download the Application Form here.
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|First Prize||: S$100 Book Voucher|
|Second Prize||: S$80 Book Voucher|
|Third Prize||: S$50 Book Voucher|
|Merit Prize (7 winners)||: S$20 Book Voucher|
Date: 24 March 2018 (Saturday)
Venue: NAFA Lee Foundation Theatre
Address : Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Campus 3), 151 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189656