Results for this year’s World Chinese Bridge Competition are in and this year, Carroll Senior Neha Jain and Carroll graduate Drew Korschun won first place as a team. Both students also received second-place individual awards. The team took eighth place in internet popularity voting. Both students also won full scholarship to study in China for a year — including tuition, air fare, accommodation and the Chinese Bridge ambassador title.
The week-long World Chinese Bridge Competition is held in Kunming, China. Students compete in a written test on Chinese language and culture, speech, Chinese talent performance, and impromptu Chinese cultural tasks. Winners were selected based on three categories: individual performance, team performance and online popularity.
The competition was broadcast on CCTV4 (Central China Television Station 4.)