33rd Annual Washington State Japanese Speech and Skit Contest
On Friday, April 22nd, the 33rd Annual Washington State Japanese Speech and Skit Contest was held in the Seattle Center Armory. High School students from throughout Washington State participated, some performing short skits they had written and practiced themselves, and others giving three-minute speeches about a variety of topics, including their family, life experiences, and social issues.
The winner of the highest-level skit contest was Bellevue High School’s “Speed Dating in Japan,” a comedy sketch about a young girl choosing a boyfriend - all four performers were male.
The winner of the highest-level speech contest was Garfield High School’s Amira Abdel-Fattah, who gave a speech on issues regarding global warming called, “The Environmental Problem.”
Thank you to everyone who participated!
Full results can be found here.