At first, I always have a stage fright unconsciously; consequently, when I practiced in front the whole class, I often forgot words I was supposed to say. At that time, I felt so embarrassed that I wanted to run away immediately. But, unexpectedly, she didn't blame me. Instead, she illuminated me that the central meaning of a speech is to deliver our feelings or conviction to the public. When we get on a stage, all we have to do is to make impressions on the audience, making them touched deeply from their hearts. Just that's simple.
When the day arrived, I found that the majority of contestants didn't concentrated their minds on the competition. Either they're forced to join this event or they just want to idle around. Sad to say, only few people took it seriously.
From my perspective, whether I win a prize or not, I think this experience is certainly distinctive and invaluable. It is fabulous that learning things from every difficult challenge you're faced with.