精彩纷呈 热闹圆满 记南佛青少年亚洲文化才艺表演会
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第一名：李丹阳 Diane Li 《梨花又开放》
第二名：St. Brendan High school 《生僻字》Catherine Bao柏思蕊Isabella Cartas 陈影莎Lily Meilan李莉Brandon Mejia 孟佳博Melanie Rodriguez 仁梦颖Vivian Barreto 李艺安Anne-Marie Issa 姚梦歌
第三名:《友谊地久天长》Jane Berman 白珍珍 Abigail Merconchini 梅一洁 Leah Singh 辛芮安
第一名：陈慕宁 Muning Chen
第一名：陈永翰Victor Dlke，黄宇亮Yuliang Huang
第二名：陈永乐 Angeline Dlke
第三名：姚梦歌 Anne-Marie Issa
第一名: 谭慧仪 Sophia Tan
第二名：林美加 Miga Lin
第三名：孟佳博 Brandon Mejia
I am Jennifer Singh, mother of Leah Singh, student of Ms. Sonya Chiang. The event was fabulous and we were delighted that our daughter was given the opportunity to participate. The quality of the participants was very high caliber. The host was amazing – she was enthusiastic, in control, and her love of the children and passion for East Asian culture was evident. We also enjoyed the wide variety of talent. The trophies and cash prizes were a big deal to the kids.
My name is Jane Berman. This is my second year studying Mandarin at North Broward Preparatory School. I sang “Friends Forever” with my friends Leah and Abigail. We thought it was a very unique experience from the beginning. We did not know it was going to be such a big shebang. We had the time of our lives. We would like to thank our wonderful sponsors for this amazing event.
My name is Leah Singh. This was my first time singing in a small group on stage and I had a blast. We worked really hard to prepare for it. I hope everybody liked our performance. I have only been studying Mandarin for two years and I learned so much. I would like to thank all the great sponsors who helped host this event.
I am Dr. Lalita Bandyopadhyay, mother of Niloy Bandyopadhyay Bhattacharyya (who participated in the Talent Show and sang Edelweiss in Mandarin and participated in the Art show) and Noveen Bandyopadhyay Bhattacharyya (who participated in the Art show) at the South Florida Asian Culture Youth Talent Show held on May 25th, 2019. It was a wonderful event and very well organized. We were delighted to see the talented performers. My son Niloy is Ms. Zhang Xia’s student (vocal training) and this was the first time that Niloy sang in Mandarin. Ms. Zhang Xia is an excellent teacher and she was a wonderful host for this event. Her enthusiasm and love for music, art and the performing arts has touched us all. We greatly appreciate the sponsors and the organizers of the event and would like to thank everyone. We very much hope that there is another similar event in the upcoming year.
Chinese Festival EssayBy Angelina WuBeing Chinese and growing up in a fully American environment meant losing some of the Chinese culture my parents were brought up with. I was losing sight of a huge part of my life and my background. So, when my mother proposed competing in the singing portion of the South Florida Asian Talent Show, I was beyond excited to reconnect with my heritage.The week before the competition, I learned the lyrics to my song, rehearsed countless times, and regained a love for learning my ancestors’ language. While I performed my song on stage, I thought about how proud I was to be of Chinese heritage, and as I watched the other performers the feeling only grew. Everything about the event, from the beautiful drawings inspired by Chinese culture to the adorable voices of the little toddlers who were just starting their Mandarin language journey convinced me that my decision to learn Mandarin in my high school career was the best choice for me.Although I was disappointed that I did not win anything, I understand that my pronunciation was off while singing. This has only motivated me to further my studies with mandarin. I will continue pushing myself to get better and better and I know that when I compete again next year, I will most definitely do better than this year.Furthermore, I was truly impressed by the amount of performers that were not Chinese. In fact, there were possibly more foreigners than there were native speakers. This was fascinating to me, and extremely inspiring. It showed me how important learning Mandarin was.Not only did my desire for embracing my culture grow, but I was thoroughly entertained by the show. I loved watching the acts on stage, especially the ones with the little kids – they were just so cute! Overall, the entire event was a memorable one that I hope to experience time and time again.
——刘传（University of Miami化学系博士生）
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