[Blueboard] Essay Contest on Japanese Posters
Japanese Studies Program
japanese at admu.edu.ph
Mon Jun 21 09:49:55 PHT 2004
ESSAY CONTEST ON JAPANESE POSTERS
HOW TO JOIN:
Look at the Japanese posters on display in the Rizal Library. Write an essay
about the whole display, some of the posters, or even just one poster that
catches your fancy. You are free to write on any topic, so long as it is
related to or is inspired by the poster(s). You may write about the message of
the poster, the art of it, etc.
WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO JOIN:
Any bonafide student of the Loyola Schools who is enrolled at the time s/he
joins the contest.
The contestant should still be a bonafide student of the Ateneo at the time of
awarding of prizes.
WHAT DO YOU GET FOR JOINING? Lots of prizes!
Basic Nihongo Category : Gift worth P 5,000.00 + certificate
Intermediate Nihongo Category: Gift worth P 5,000.00 + certificate
English Category : Gift worth P 5,000.00 + certificate
Filipino Category : Gift worth P 5,000.00 + certificate
WHEN DO YOU JOIN AND WHEN DO YOU WIN?
The Japanese Studies Program will accept entries between 12 July and 13 August
The names of the winners will be announced during the Japanese Studies Program
(JSP) Week, 23 to 27 August.
WHAT ARE THE OTHER RULES OF THE CONTEST?
A contestant is allowed only one category (Basic Nihongo, Intermediate Nihongo,
English, Filipino) and one entry.
A contestant in the Nihongo category should indicate anywhere on the first
page of his essay the Nihongo classes he has taken in Ateneo as well as other
schools or institution, if any.
The English or Filipino essays must be produced in MSWord, Times New Roman,
font 12, double-spaced.
The Nihongo essay may either be handwritten or produced in a computer.
The essay should not have any indication of who the author is and her/his
The title page should contain only the title and the authors pseudonym.
The contestant should write on a short bond paper the following:
Title of entry
Real name, year and concentration
S/He should put this in an ordinary white envelope (usually used for letters),
seal it, and write in front of the envelope JSP Essay Contest on Japanese
Posters. This envelope should be clipped or stapled with the essay.
No essay should be submitted personally to the JSP Office. Rather, it should be
dropped in the JSP mailbox on the first floor of the Social Sciences Building.
Decision of the judges is final. The JSP will not entertain any question or
request for clarification.
DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS?
See us on the third floor of the Social Sciences Building.
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