UTD 孔子学院杯第九届北德州中文演讲比赛

UT Dallas Confucius Institute Cup

2019 North Texas Chinese Speech Contest

Themes: Learn Chinese, Speak Chinese, Boost confidence and foster public speaking skills.

Organized By

North Texas Chinese Culture Promotion Association (NTCCPA)

2019 Chinese Speech Contest was again successfully held.  Our heartfelt thanks to all volunteers and sponsors, the contest can not be held without your support!

Congratulations to all contestants, a job well done!

To help us improve and better serve the community,  please email us for any suggestions or comments at ntccpa.ntcsc@gmail.com

2019 Contest Result

Contest Day Pictures

Award Ceremony 


Location: Erik Jonsson Academic Center (JO) at UTD Map
Classrooms BuildingAndRoom
Parking:  Green Parking Space on Lot A and B refer UTD Map above.

Date and Time: April 20, Saturday 11:30-5:00pm
Contact: Tel: 430-558-1688
E-mail: ntccpa.ntcsc@gmail.com
Registration Deadline: March 31
Priority Deadline: March 24
Registration Fee: $10 before priority deadline 3/24; $15 after
Eligibility: K to Adult.

Contestant Registration                                   Group Registration

Volunteer Registration                                     Judge Registration


赛前培训 – Workshop for Contestants

Date: April 13, Saturday 1:00-3:45pm

Speech Writing: 1:00-2:00 pm; Chinese Speech: 2:15-3:45 pm

Location:  Schimelpfenig Library Program Room Direction 

培训免费,面向大家。欢迎家长,孩子, 中文老师参加。 The training is free, please register here.  For more information please read  Workshop for Contestants.


Presenter: Chief Judge- Mrs. Grace Tyler

Date: April 13, Saturday 1:00-3:00pm

Location: Erik Jonsson Academic Center (JO), Room 4.102 (UTD_Map)

Parking:  Green Parking Space on Lot A and B refer UTD Map above.

Contest Related Documents

Contest Co-Organization Letter 协办邀请函
Contest Rules 比赛规则
Judge Criteria 裁判标准
Contest Flyer 海报

Custodial Responsibility Disclaimer

The University of Texas at Dallas-Confucius Institute will not take custodial responsibility of minors while participating in the Chinese Speech Contest.  Custodial responsibility will remain with teachers K-12, parents, legal guardians, and chaperones.