This was the fourth edition of the International Exchange Video Contest, with a total of 134 participants. Recently, we connected online with PCSHS (Princess Chulaporn Science High School) Chiang Rai in Thailand to hold an awards ceremony for the winners of the 4th International Exchange Video Contest.
The 4th International Video Contest Online Award Ceremony: Prizewinners and faculty and staff of the International Exchange Center (Screen: Participants from overseas)
The 4th International Exchange Video Contest Online Award Ceremony: Participants from overseas
Students from overseas and Japan paired up one by one to create four videos, including practice, to improve their video production skills and deepen their friendships with their overseas friends. This year’s theme, “What can we do for sustainable society with a company?” So, we took five companies as cases.
The comments of the winners of the 4th contest will be introduced along with the URL of the created video. Please take a look.
The 4th International Exchange Video Contest Best Pair: Click here for the video of the work
Team 12 Miki Hayashida (2nd year, Department of Architecture)
Miss. Jidapa Katib
Thank you very much. It was hard to talk to the pair in English and create a video, but it was a really fun and valuable experience!
No.2: Click here for the video of the work
Team 1 Chisa Murase (2nd year, Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering)
Miss. Suchada Promsurin.
It was difficult to communicate in English and come up with new ideas, but I met some very nice friends. It was a lot of fun.
No.3: Click here for the video of the work
Team 8 Ayana Mukaide (2nd year, Department of Environmental and Urban Engineering)
Miss. Pimmada Chaikhanta
It was difficult for me because I couldn’t speak English as much as I wanted, but I was able to receive this award because I worked together as a pair and helped each other. Thank you.
The companies that took up this theme as cases were Kojima Press Industry, Shikishima Bakery, Chubu Electric Power, Himawari Network, and UNIQLO. Thank you for your cooperation.
In addition, we received efforts from various fields such as alumni of our school, Japan Research Institute, and WTOC (Around the World from the Classroom!” project) for the screening. Thank you very much.