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Result of the “Nodojiman” Japanese Song Contest in 2023

The Embassy of Japan, in collaboration with the Cambodia - Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) and the Japan Foundation, Phnom Penh Liaison Office, organized Nodojiman Japanese Song Contest in 2023 on Sunday, 25 June 2023, from 14:30 to 17:00 at Angkor - Kizuna Hall, Cambodia - Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) in Phnom Penh during Tanabata Festival 2023.

All Cambodian people who wished to sing a Japanese song in Japanese were invited to apply the contest this year, and the Embassy received 50 applications from the public and through preliminary session, 17 representative individuals / groups were chosen among them to compete for the final contest.

The contest was held in a joyful and enthusiastic atmosphere with an audience of over 400 cheering the contestants.

The contestants who won the 1st, 2nd, 3 Prize, Best Japanese Pronunciation A ward and Best Performance Award this year are as follows :

1 - Mr. Heam Senghong, 1st Prize Winner

2 - Ms. Sophearak, 2nd Prize Winner

3 - Mr. Yang Ty, 3rd Prize Winner

4 - Mr. Math Sopheak, Best Japanese Pronunciation Award

5 - Ms. Sem Sokunthea, Best Performance Award

The first prize winner of the contest was awarded a trophy, a certificate and a Laptop; the second prize winner received a certificate, a tablet and the Embassy goods; the third prize winner received a certificate, a tablet and the JFPP goods; the best Japanese pronunciation award winner received a certificate and a DHC Coupon ($200); and the best performance pronunciation award winner received a certificate and a Lepoint Coupon ($40) Nodojiman Japanese song contest has been organized as an annual event for encouraging Japanese language learners to enjoy practicing the language through singing Japanese songs.

We hope that, through this event, the understanding of Japanese culture and language among Cambodian students is further.



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