为深化人文交流、推动文明互鉴,展示真实、立体、全面的 中国,展现来华留学生的良好精神风貌,《当代世界》杂志社与 中国新华新闻电视网、中国路桥工程有限责任公司组成组委会, 联合主办"感受中国新时代"主题征文、摄影和短视频大奖赛。
以"感受中国新时代"为主题,反映来华留学生、留华毕业生 对近十年来中国各方面情况的看法和认识,以亲身体验和切身感 受讲述他们眼中的中国新时代。
本次赛事采用征文、摄影作品、短视频同时征集的方式进行, 参赛人员可参加其中一项或多项比赛。参赛作品以真实生活和切 身感受为创作基础,均须原创,未在其他书、报、刊、网站、新媒体平台公开发表,也未向其他同类比赛投稿。
1.围绕活动主题,题目自拟.以来华留学生视角讲述2012 年以来在中国学习、生活、工作的亲身经历、感受和见闻。可涉 及社会生活的各个领域,叙说中国的经济发展、科技成果、自然 风光、城市建设、人文交往等,讲述真实鲜活的中国故事。
2.作品要求构思新颖、画面清晰、布局合理,具有一定的艺术表现力.摄影作品黑白、彩色均可,须附作品简要说明,100 字以内为宜.每人提交不超过2件作品,单幅照片和组照(每组不超过3张,按1件计算) 均可。
2.作品时长3分钟左右,具体呈现形式不限,剧情短片、微电影、微纪录片、Vlog 等均可.作品分辨率不得低于720P,接 受AVI、MOV、WMV、MP4、RMVB 等主流视频格式文件。作 品语种为中文或英文;如使用其他语种,须附加中文或英文字幕. 作品发送至指定邮箱,邮件标题统一格式为: 短视频一 征文—作品标题—团队成员信息（注明国籍）—指导老师-联系方式。
本届赛事时间: 2022年3月10日至12月31日,具体分为 三个阶段:
2.组委会将于2022年8月25日至8月31日在"当代世界"官网(http://www.ddsjcn.com )、国家 留学 基 金 委 官 网(https: /www.csc.edu.cn) 对最终评选结果进行公示,并对获奖个人和集体进行表彰。
获奖作品将在《当代世界》中、英文刊和"CPC WORKS"英文微信公众号、国家留学基金委官网、中国新华新闻电视网客户 端和自有平台等主办方媒体平台陆续推广宣传。
(二) 摄影类设一等奖5名、二等奖10名、三等奖20名, 颁发获奖证书,奖金分别为1000元、600元、300元;
(四) 面向各高校设立最佳组织奖、最佳指导奖各10名, 颁发获奖证书并给予相应奖励。
"Understanding China's New Era"
Themed Essay, Photography and Short Video Contest
To promote exchanges and mutual learning between civilizations, and present a true, multi-dimensional, and panoramic view of China, Contemporary World magazine, together with China Xinhua News Network Corporation and China Road & Bridge Corporation (as an organizing committee), holds "Understanding China's New Era" —— Themed Essay, Photography and Short Video Contest for International Students in China.
The theme of the contest is understanding China's New Era. All the essays, photography and short videos can reflect the views of international students and graduates on China in recent decade, and record their experiences and feelings in China's New Era.
The contest welcomes all the international students in China (including students who cannot return to China due to COVID-19 pandemic) and those who graduated after 2012 and live in China now.
Essays, photography and short videos within the theme are welcomed and contestants can choose one or more forms. All the works used should be original and based on real life and experiences, with no publication on other books, newspapers, magazines, networks and new media, neither should the works be contributed to other similar contests.
1,Within the scope of the theme, and with a title of contestants' own choice, the works contributed can cover international students' personal experience, feelings and knowledge of studying, living and working in China since 2012. All fields of social life can be involved, including China's economic development, scientific and technological achievements, natural scenery, urban construction, cultural exchanges, etc.
2,There is no limit to the style of the essay, with a length of 1000-2000 words. It is recommended that the works be written in Chinese. The recommended font format is Song, 14-point and 1.5-spaced. Please send the works to the designated mailbox in this notice, with a standard email title: Call for Essays—Title of the Work—Name (same as that on the author's passport)— Nationality—Adviser—Contact(Tel/email/wechat)
1, On the theme of the contest, use the lens to capture real moments in or related to China. The content of the work can be campus life, public figures, natural scenery, local customs, etc., and the shooting location is in China or other countries and regions related to Chinese elements.
2, The works require novel ideas, clear pictures, reasonable layout, and certain artistic expression. Photographic works can be in black and white or in color, and a brief description of the work must be attached, preferably within 100 words. Each contestant submits no more than 2 works, both single photo and group photos (no more than 3 photos per group, counted as 1 piece) are welcomed.
3, Photographs must be in JPG format, and the compressed file should not be less than 5M. Please send the works to the designated email address at the end of the notice, with a standard email title: Photography —Title of the Work—Name (same as that on the author's passport) —Nationality—Adviser—Contact(Tel/email/wechat)
1, Focusing on the theme, international students can record what you have seen, heard and felt in your study, life and work in China, vividly reflecting your feelings and experience of the development and changes in various fields in China since 2012.
2, The duration of the work is about 3 minutes, and the specific presentation form is not limited, including short narrative, micro film, micro documentary, Vlog, etc.. The resolution of the work should not be lower than 720P, and mainstream video formats such as AVI, MOV, WMV, MP4and RMVB are accepted. The language used in the work should be Chinese or English; if other languages are used, Chinese or English subtitles must be attached. Please send the works to the designated mailbox at the end of the notice, with a standard email title: Short videos—Title of the Work—Name (same as that on the author's passport)—Nationality—Adviser—Contact(Tel/email/wechat)
3, The contest can be participated both individually and as a team. We encourage international students and Chinese students to form a team to create the works, and the works of international students can be instructed by faculty advisers.
Please name your file as required, and send your final version to Teacher Alicia’s email email@example.com
The contest initiated on March 10 this year and to conclude on December 31, 2022. It is divided into three phases:
·Deadline for submission of essays and photography works: May 10, 2022;
·Deadline for submission of short video works: May 30, 2022.
(2) Evaluation and Awarding (June 1 to August 31, 2022)
·There will be a group review for essay, photography and short video. The Organizing Committee will invite authoritative experts to evaluate your submissions.
·The result will be announced from August 25 to August 31, 2022, on the official website of Contemporary World magazine (http://www.ddsjcn.com) and the official website of China Scholarship Council (https://www.csc.edu.cn).
(3) Promoting (September 1 to December 31, 2022)
The awarded works will be promoted in the Chinese and English editions of Contemporary World, the English WeChat account “CPC WORKS”, the official website of the China Scholarship Council, the APPs of China Xinhua News Network, etc.
The author has the copyright and the right of authorship, and the organizing committee has the right of use. The organizer has the right to use the relevant works for publication, publicity, exhibition and other purposes, and no additional remuneration will be paid.
Participants shall have full, complete and exclusive copyrights for the submitted works, and shall not infringe other intellectual property rights such as portrait rights and reputation rights of third parties, as well as personal ownership.
6 Awards Setting
(1)In the essay category, there will be 5 first prizes, 10 second prizes, and 20 third prizes. Award certificates will be issued, with prizes of 1,500 yuan, 1,000 yuan, and 500 yuan respectively;
(2)In the photography category, there will be 5 first prizes, 10 second prizes, and 20 third prizes. Award certificates will be issued, with prizes of 1,000 yuan, 600 yuan, and 300 yuan respectively;
(3)In the short video category, there will be 5 first prizes, 10 second prizes, and 20 third prizes. Award certificates will be issued, with prizes of 8,000 yuan, 5,000 yuan, and 2,000 yuan respectively.
The awards of the above three categories will be increased or decreased according to the number of participants and the quality of the works. All participants will be granted access to the 2022 Contemporary World e-journal for both Chinese and English version.
(4)For universities and institutions, there will be 10 Best Assisting Awards and 10 Best Guidance Awards as the gratitude for assisting this contest, with award certificates and give corresponding rewards.
(5)China Road & Bridge Corporation will give priority to the winners and contestants to provide work internships and employment opportunities at China or abroad, and will provide corporate scholarships or grants for international students in China as appropriate.