As part of its aim to make its beautiful sound barrier-free, Onkyo has offered Japanese listeners a Raku-Raku Kit (Easy Kit) since 1994.In Japan, a Supporting Group category was added following the 12th event dedicated to those who care for visually impaired persons to help promote understanding among the general public.In addition to essays in prose, a Lyric Award was established the year after to accommodate the growing number of music-related submissions.c) A friend visits from abroad and asks to see the “real China.” Where do you take them? Please follow this essay format: Font: Georgia Font color: black Font size: 12 Spacing: double Alignment: Align text to the left If you have questions or concerns about the competition, please contact The World of Chinese organizing committee at: Ms.d) Tell us the story of a Chinese person in your life. Word count: All essays should be between 500 and 750 words long. Download the submission form from our official website, fill in your personal information and essay content, and send the form back as a attachment to [email protected] Email subject line：Name_Nationality_Essay title (e.g. Wang Wei Telephone：010-65523109 Email: [email protected]: 1508/1509 Jiahui International Center, 14 Jiqingli, Chaowai Street, Beijing Stay tuned for our new contest, “The World of Chinese Cup” English Talent Competition – details to come in April 2018 The World of Chinese (ISSN 1673-7660) is a bi-monthly English magazine founded by The Commercial Press in 2006. Onkyo Corporation and Japan Institute of Scientific Research for Education will jointly host the 17th Onkyo World Braille Essay Contest specially supported by the Braille Mainichi, Mainichi Newspapers, and International Association for the Visually Impaired (IAVI).Since its foundation, Onkyo has strived to develop the ideal reproduction equipment for music, a universal language for humans.In its 14th year, a program encouraged entrants to compose music to put to the Lyric Award-winning work, transforming essay into song.Each year, winning entries are announced around the world through diverse print and web media channels including Mainichi Newspapers titles and the Braille Mainichi, as well as the Onkyo Corporation website.Moreover, award-winning works in the Japanese category are collected in a Compilation of Winning Works in printed text and braille.These books are donated to schools for the vision-impaired and braille libraries in Japan, and will continue to be read and enjoyed for generations.