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Winners of 2nd Chinese Street Dance Competition 2021

Published Date: 28 April 2021 12:00 PM

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1. 83 students from 10 primary schools and 55 students from eight secondary schools/junior colleges/Millennia Institute participated in the second edition of the Chinese Street Dance Competition this year. The grand finals were held on 17 and 18 April at MOE.

2. Aspiring young dancers from primary school to pre-university levels were invited to participate in the competition this year, where they had to introduce their dance in Mandarin and demonstrate their interpretation of the lyrics of the competition's theme song,"只要不放弃" or "Persevere", through their dance.

3. During the finals, the participating teams performed for the panel of judges made up of professional dancers. These performances were recorded and published on the competition website (http://www.cstreetdance.sg) for the public to view and vote till 23 April. The final results comprised both the judges' scores and the voting results.

4. The first, second and third place winners of the primary school category (Category A) each received a trophy and cash prizes of $2,000, $1,500 and $1,000 respectively. For the secondary school/Junior College/Millennia Institute category (Category B), the first, second and third place winners received a trophy and cash prizes of $2,500, $2,000 and $1,500 respectively. The two teams which best showcased the theme song through their dance (one winning team each from Category A and B) received a trophy and $500.

5. Jointly organised by the Committee to Promote Chinese Language and Learning (CPCLL) and MaxToon, a Mandarin edutainment community under MCC International, the competition aims to promote the learning of Chinese language and culture amongst students through music and dance.

6. Please see the Annex for the winning teams and the list of finalists for the competition.