Photo taken on August 17, 2019, the awards of the image ambassador competition of 2020 Gymnasiade were announced
On the evening of August 17, the national final of the image ambassador selection competition of the 18th Gymnasiade was held in Jinjiang, southeast China's Fujian Province, along with an award ceremony. Sixty outstanding middle school students from all over the country gathered in Jinjiang to compete in oral English, and show their diverse talents and their youthful energy.
At the award ceremony that evening, the best image award (overall award) and five individual awards, as well as the prize of finalist awarded to contenders. Among them, Li Xiaochi from Shenzhen Senior High School and Li Yimeng from Chengdu Foreign Languages School won the best image award (comprehensive award), Zhu Runtian from Fuzhou No. 3 Middle School and Cui Ziqi from the branch school of the High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China won the best style award, Liang Yining from the international department of Jiangsu Tianyi High School and Li Weican from Beijing 101 Middle School won the youth charm award, Zhu Xichang from Shenzhen Experimental School and Wang Peng from Jinjiang Huaqiao Middle School won the prize for sports energy, Li Jiatao of Quanzhou Experimental Middle School and Lu Yangyang from the west campus of Chengdu Experimental Foreign Language School awarded the Internet popularity award, and forty contestants won the finalist award.
On November 10, 2018, the image ambassador competition of the 18th Gymnasiade officially launched. The event attracted the attention and active participation of many schools and middle school students across the country, and a total of 6,320 middle school students signed up for the competition.
It lasted ten months and covered 210 schools in 22 cities across the country. After the preliminary contest, the semi-final contest, and the finals in five major divisions, 60 outstanding contestants finally stood out and got a pass to the national final. In the final, there were three rounds of competitions, including English speech on a given topic (Better Us, Better Future), a talent show, and Q&As in both Chinese and English to test the contestants' overall quality.
The competition aims to prepare for the 2020 Gymnasiade, and provide a stage for Chinese middle school students to show themselves, improve themselves, steel themselves, and show the charm of Chinese teenager students in the new era to the world.