HONG KONG SPEECH FESTIVAL 2013

You can find the texts and pronunciation guides for the 2013 Hong Kong Speech Festival poems below…

The videos are to demonstrate articulation only, performers should decide on how to deliver the poem! Click here for all of last year’s poems!

SPEECH FESTIVAL: The Veggy Lion by Spike Milligan

Hong Kong Speech Festival 2013 Poem: The Veggy Lion by Spike Milligan

This video is a pronunciation guide for the Hong Kong 2013 Speech Festival poems – it is to demonstrate articulation only, performers should decide on how to deliver the poem!

SPEECH FESTIVAL: Your Birthday Cake by Rosemary Wells

Hong Kong Speech Festival 2013 Poem: Your Birthday Cake by Rosemary Wells

This video is a pronunciation guide for the Hong Kong 2013 Speech Festival poems – it is to demonstrate articulation only, performers should decide on how to deliver the poem!

SPEECH FESTIVAL: Aaaaargh! by Jan Dean

Hong Kong Speech Festival 2013 Poem: Aaaaargh! by Jan Dean

This video is a pronunciation guide for the Hong Kong 2013 Speech Festival poems – it is to demonstrate articulation only, performers should decide on how to deliver the poem!

SPEECH FESTIVAL: What is Pink? by Christina Rossetti

Hong Kong Speech Festival 2013 Poem: What is Pink? by Christina Rossetti

This video is a pronunciation guide for the Hong Kong 2013 Speech Festival poems – it is to demonstrate articulation only, performers should decide on how to deliver the poem!

SPEECH FESTIVAL: Wet by Lilian Moore

Hong Kong Speech Festival 2013 Poem: Wet by Lilian Moore

This video is a pronunciation guide for the Hong Kong 2013 Speech Festival poems – it is to demonstrate articulation only, performers should decide on how to deliver the poem!