Chinese Bridge 2017 Winners!

After a hotly contested competition witnessed by Mr Xu Xiao, the Minister-Counselor of Chinese Embassy, Ms Sun Anlin, Chinese Deputy Consul-General in Perth and Professor Kent Anderson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of UWA, we are pleased to announce the results for the 2017 Chinese Bridge competition:

Overall
First: Kylee Kotula from Methodist Ladies’ College, WA
Second: Sophie Szabo from Pedare Christian College, SA
Third: Caitlin Wilson from St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls, WA

Chinese General Knowledge Category
First: Kylee Kotula from Methodist Ladies’ College, WA
Second: Caitlin Wilson from St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls, WA
Third: Callum Hogden from Canberra Grammar School, ACT

Public Speech Category
First: Willam McClay from Darwin High School, NT
Second: Sophie Szabo from Pedare Christian College, SA
Third: Amber Roshkov from Pedare Christian College, SA

Chinese Cultural Performance Category
First: Sophie Szabo from Pedare Christian College, SA
Second: Kylee Kotula from Methodist Ladies’ College, WA
Third: William McClay from Darwin High School , NT

We are delighted that Kylee Kotula, from Methodist Ladies’ College has won first place.  She will travel to China on behalf of Australia to participate in the tenth annual global Chinese Language Bridge Competition (Hanyu Qiao).