VOTE 2022 Chinese Program Sticker Design

We have received four designs from Puget Sound students to participate in this year’s contest. You will be able to review them before you vote. The design that receives the highest vote will be used to produce the 2022 UPS Chinese Program sticker, and will be available for distribution to the entire campus community in April/May 2022.

You can use the embedded Google form below to vote, or click the direct Google form link to vote.

You can only vote once; and please use your pugetsound.edu email address to vote! Alumni can vote using their non-pugetsound email addresses. Feel free to invite your classmates and friends from Puget Sound to vote!

Have fun! And thank you for participating and supporting this event sponsored by the Chinese Language and Culture Program!

Sticker Design Contest 2022

CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT

  • Chinese Language and Culture program invites you to design an official sticker for our students in 2021-2022.
  • One winning design will be voted in by ALL current and past students as well as friends in the Asian Studies Program at UPS.
  • The winning design will be used to to produce the 2022 UPS Chinese student sticker that will be available for distribution to the entire campus community in April/May 2022.
  • Contestant does not need to be a student taking Chinese. Each design may be submitted by one individual or a group of designers.

TIMELINE

  • Submissions will be accepted Now – March 18 (by midnight), 2022.
  • Voting will occur online March 21 – April 1, 2022.
  • The winner will be announced by April 8, 2022.

RULES

  • Your sticker design must be a piece created specifically for the Chinese Language and Culture program at University of Puget Sound.
  • Your sticker design must be a piece designed by you, featuring images and ideas that you own all the rights to, or have permission to use. Hand-drawn designs are highly encouraged.
  • Sticker designs can be of various shapes (square, circle, etc.), and visually attractive when scaled down to a 3×3″ graphic or similar size (such as 2×4″).
  • Graphic should be submitted on a white background, to allow for proper printing.
  • Graphic should include “Chinese Language and Culture” and “University of Puget Sound” (Or UPS, PS or Puget Sound). The year 2022 must also be visible on the sticker.
  • Winner will need to be able to share a print-ready copy of the design.

HOW TO SUBMIT

  • Dream up the best sticker design you can.
  • Send in a scanned JPEG file (high-resolution) of your design to Prof. Perry at perry@pugetsound.edu.
  • Deadline for submission is by midnight of March 18, 2022.

Past Winners & Sticker Designs

2021 Winning Design by Jacob Singer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021 Winning Design by Perry Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Design by Jules Obbard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Winning Design by Perry Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

2019 Winning Design by Perry Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Winning Design by Evan Bao

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Winning Design by Perry Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Winning Design by Jimmy Kelloway

Stop AAPI Hate Rally

The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) stands in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community as it faces an upsurge of hate crimes and racism.

Eight people were recently killed in Atlanta including six Asian women. We cannot allow racial hate crimes to be rebranded as economic anxiety or a sexual addiction. We condemn without equivocation the hate crimes taking place across our country against our AAPI community and family.

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are today and have been in the past an integral part of our nation. They are an essential part of the diversity of experience and vision that are the key to our future.

CRPF was founded to address the legacy of anti-Asian violence of the late 19th century. That mission is still, sadly, a necessary part of our mission today.

The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation is committed to fighting this and all forms of racism as part of its long-term commitment to advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion in the Tacoma-Pierce County Region.

Our hearts are with all of those who lost loved ones this month in the Atlanta area as well as all of those around the country who have suffered racist attacks during this past pandemic year.

The ignorant but intentional, violent and racist attacks against our AAPI friends and neighbors must stop.

Theresa Pan Hosley, President
Anne Tsuneishi
Bill Evans
Calvin Pearson
Clarita Grant
Erling Kuester
Greg Youtz
Jill Magnuson
Larry Hosley
Lotus Perry
Lucy Zhou
Minh-Anh Hodge
Myrna Loy-Zolyomi
Patrick Pow
Yanjie Lu
Suzanne Barnett, Board Member Emerita

VOTE 2021 Chinese Program Sticker Design

We have received SIX designs from Puget Sound students to participate in this year’s contest. You will be able to review them before you vote. The design that receives the highest vote will be used to produce the 2021 UPS Chinese Program sticker, and will be available for distribution to the entire campus community in April/May 2021.

You can use the embedded Google form below to vote, or click the direct Google form link to vote.

You can only vote once! But feel free to invite your classmates from Puget Sound, friends, family members, and those in your community to vote!

Have fun! And thank you for participating and supporting this event sponsored by the Chinese Language and Culture Program!

 

Sticker Design Contest 2021

CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT

  • Chinese Language and Culture program invites you to design an official sticker for our students in 2020-2021.
  • One winning design will be voted in by ALL current and past students as well as friends in the Asian Studies Program at UPS.
  • The winning design will be used to to produce the 2021 UPS Chinese student sticker that will be available for distribution to the entire campus community in April/May 2021.
  • Contestant does not need to be a student taking Chinese. Each design may be submitted by one individual or a group of designers.

TIMELINE

  • Submissions will be accepted Now – March 19 (by midnight), 2021.
  • Voting will occur online March 22 – April 2, 2021.
  • The winner will be announced by April 10, 2021.

RULES

  • Your sticker design must be a piece created specifically for the Chinese Language and Culture program at University of Puget Sound.
  • Your sticker design must be a piece designed by you, featuring images and ideas that you own all the rights to, or have permission to use. Hand-drawn designs are highly encouraged.
  • Sticker designs can be of various shapes (square, circle, etc.), and visually attractive when scaled down to a 3×3″ graphic or similar size (such as 2×4″).
  • Graphic should be submitted on a white background, to allow for proper printing.
  • Graphic should include “Chinese Language and Culture” and “University of Puget Sound” (Or UPS, PS or Puget Sound). The year 2021 must also be visible on the sticker.
  • Winner will need to be able to share a print-ready copy of the design.

HOW TO SUBMIT

  • Dream up the best sticker design you can.
  • Send in a scanned JPEG file (high-resolution) of your design to Prof. Perry at perry@pugetsound.edu.
  • Deadline for submission is by midnight of March 19, 2021.

Past Winners & Sticker Designs

2020 Winning Design “Fan” |  submitted by Perry Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Winning Design “Vase” | submitted by Jules Obbard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 Winner: Perry Hamilton’s “The Boar”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Winner: Evan Bao’s “Dog Holding Fish Kite”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Winner: Perry Hamilton’s “Lantern with Dog Papercutting”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Winner: Jimmy Kelloway’s “Fish”

My Favorite Food

Writing Assignment (describe your favorite American or home-made food/dishes, and/or a food item that your Chinese friend should definitely try)

Incorporate the following into your writing:
1. As many new words from Lesson 12;
2. Some or all of the following patterns:

1) Not at all; Not even one 一點兒 + 也/都 + 不/沒 | 一個 N + 也/都 + 不/沒
2) V more … V less…多/少 + V
3) As long as 只要…, (S)就 V
4) Both (adj1) and (adj2)又 + SV1 又 + SV2
5) Doing both V1 and V2 at the same time 一邊 + V1 一邊 + V2
6) Not only …but also …但…而且…
7) Although… (but)… 雖然…可是…
8) In addition to/Except for …, …除了…以外,…(也/還/都)…

Sticker Design Contest 2020

CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT

  • Chinese Language and Culture program invites you to design an official sticker for our students in 2019-2020.
  • One winning design will be voted in by ALL current and past students as well as friends in the Asian Studies Program at UPS.
  • The winning design will be used to to produce the 2020 UPS Chinese student sticker that will be available for distribution to the entire campus community in April/May 2020.
  • Contestant does not need to be a student taking Chinese. Each design may be submitted by one individual or a group of designers.

TIMELINE

  • Submissions will be accepted Now – March 31 (by midnight), 2020.
  • Voting will occur online April 5 – April 15 , 2020.
  • The winner will be announced by early May, 2020.

RULES

  • Your sticker design must be a piece created specifically for the Chinese Language and Culture program at University of Puget Sound.
  • Your sticker design must be a piece designed by you, featuring images and ideas that you own all the rights to, or have permission to use. Hand-drawn designs are highly encouraged.
  • Sticker designs can be of various shapes (square, circle, etc.), and visually attractive when scaled down to a 3×3″ graphic or similar size (such as 2×4″).
  • Graphic should be submitted on a white background, to allow for proper printing.
  • Graphic should include “Chinese Language and Culture” and “University of Puget Sound” (Or UPS,
    PS or Puget Sound). The year 2020 must also be visible on the sticker.
  • Winner will need to be able to share a print-ready copy of the design.

HOW TO SUBMIT

  • Dream up the best sticker design you can.
  • Send in a scanned JPEG file (high-resolution) of your design to Prof. Perry at perry@pugetsound.edu.
  • Deadline for submission is by midnight of March 31, 2020.|

2019 Winner: Perry Hamilton’s “The Boar”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Winner: Evan Bao’s “Dog Holding Fish Kite”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Winner: Perry Hamilton’s “Lantern with Dog Papercutting”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Winner: Jimmy Kelloway’s “Fish”

Sticker Design Contest 2018

CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT

  • Chinese Language and Culture program invites you to design an official sticker for our students in 2018.
  • One winning design will be voted in by ALL current and past students in Chinese language and culture courses at UPS.
  • Winning design will be used to to produce the 2018 UPS Chinese student stickers which will be available for purchase to the entire campus community in March/April, 2018.
  • Contestant does not need to be a student taking Chinese. Each design could be submitted by one individual or a group of designers.

TIMELINE

  • Submissions will be accepted Now – February 24, 2018.
  • Voting will occur online February 27 – March 9, 2018.
  • The final art will be selected and announced on March 21, 2018.

RULES

  • Your sticker design must be a piece created specifically for the Chinese Language and Culture program at University of Puget Sound.
  • Your sticker design must be a piece designed by you, featuring images and ideas that you own all the rights to, or have permission to use.
  • Sticker designs can be in various shape (square, circle, etc.), and visually attractive when scaled down to a 3×3″ graphic or similar size (such as 2×4″).
  • Graphic should be submitted in on a white background, to allow for proper printing.
  • Graphic should include “Chinese Language and Culture” and “University of Puget Sound” (Or UPS, PS or Puget Sound). The year 2018 must also be visible on the sticker.
  • Winner will need to be able to share a print-ready copy of the design.

HOW TO SUBMIT

  • Dream up the best sticker design you can.
  • Sending in a scanned PDF file of your design to Prof. Perry at perry@pugetsound.edu.
  • Deadline of submission is by midnight of February 24.

2017 Winner: Jimmy Kelloway’s “Fish”