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Chinese bridge language competition in dublin

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Added On April 17, 2019

Chinese Bridge, a Chinese language proficiency competition, has held its Irish rounds in Dublin, and announced a winner to represent the country.
 
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In the Irish rounds of the competition, the first prize award went to Felix O'Mahoney, a language student in her fourth year from University College Cork.
 
The winner will go on to join contestants from other countries in the final competition of the 18th Chinese Bridge Competition of Chinese Proficiency for Foreign College Students, which will be held in Beijing this summer.
 
SOUNDBITE(CHINESE): FELIX O'MAHONEY, First Prize Winner
"I won the first place in today's competition. I'm very exited."
 
Around 100 people watched the final competition on Sunday, including Chinese ambassador to Ireland Yue Xiaoyong and Andrew Deeks, President of University College Dublin (UCD).
 
The event is organized by the Beijing-based Confucius Institute Headquarters, in collaboration with the Chinese embassy in Ireland, UCD Confucius Institute and the Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD.