“Mandarin Panda” Talent Competition-Free Enrolment for CPAC Members’ Children
CPAC is jointly to be one of community sponsors with HSK Toronto Centre (www.hsktoronto.ca) to invite members to encourage their youth students attending 2015 TD-Mandarin Panda Talent Competition, on February 15th, 2015 with the benefit of Free Enrolment. Applicants who register through the Chinese Professionals Association of Canada (CPAC) will be exempted from the registration fee by note “CPAC” under the boxes of “Chinese Teacher” and “Information Channel” in the Registration Form downloaded from www.mandarinpanda.ca. And the Deadline of registration is January 31st, 2015.
The 1st Annual “Mandarin Panda” Talent Competition, sponsored by the Title Sponsor TD Bank Group, aims to arouse the enthusiasm of theGTA youth students in learning Chinese and to strengthen the local communities’ understanding of Chinese language and culture. It promises to be the most dynamic Chinese talent competition within the Chinese community in the Great Toronto Area, and will become an important platform for youth students to show their Chinese language proficiencies as well as the art talents.
HSK Toronto Centre was officially registered as a Canadian non-profit organization in May of 2012, which was established in March 2000 with authorization from the China National Committee for Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) (CNCCPT), having been sponsored byBondInternationalCollege. Since the year of 2000, there have been over 10,000 youth students attending these tests and events hosted by HSK Toronto Centre. The outstanding service of HSK Toronto Centre has proved to be an authoritative institution of Chinese teaching, testing, academic seminars and community events.
2015 TD-Mandarin Panda Talent Competition
Date: Sunday, February 15th, 2015
1500 Birchmount Road，Toronto, Ontario, M1P 2G5 Canada
Prizes: Visit www.mandarinpanda.ca for details.
Application: Please visit website: www.mandarinpanda.ca for application form, criteria and additional information.
Enquiry: Nigel Zhai