Greater New York Chinese Proficiency Competition held

15:03, April 18, 2010      

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Kara Babb from Ohio State University attends the "Chinese Bridge" Greater New York Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students held at Pace University in New York, the United States, April 17, 2010. Four winners will go to China for the "Chinese Bridge" finals. The annual "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students, a large international competition organized by the Office of Chinese Language Council International, has attracted more than 50,000 university students from over 59 countries since it was first launched in 2002. (Xinhua/Wu Kaixiang)


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