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The 7th Climate Change Painting Contest Promotes Students' Climate Change Awareness Through Creativity Date:2017-03-21

Into the seventh year of running, the Climate Change Painting Contest, with guidance from the Ministry of Education attracted more than 2,450 entries, TAIASE is proud to announce the winners of this year’s Contest. This year’s winner for the Junior High division is Chun Hsian Chuang of Yong He Junior High School in Hsin Pei, and the Elementary division winner is Chi Kuan Guo of Gong-Guang Elementary School in Pin Tung. Their works revealed unlimited imagination and strong concern for climate change issues, leaving everyone with a deep impression.  

The Competition invited Judges to consider the climate change, environmental protection, and artistic creation dimensions of the entries from a professional perspective, and to also evaluate the works’ themes, imaginative capabilities, originality and expressiveness as indicators for the judging by the panel including National Taiwan Normal University School of Design Associate Professor Yang En-Sheng, Professor of National Taiwan University of Arts, Wun Rong Shi, National Taipei University of Education Department of Arts and Design Professor and Chairperson of National Culture and Arts Foundation, Lin Man-li, Taiwan University of Science and Engineering, Department of Chemistry, Young Ku, Chair Professor, and National Taipei University Management Institute of Natural Resources and Environment Professor Li Yu-ming. 

Event convenor and TAISE Chairman Eugene Chien noted that The Climate Change Painting Contest is now in its seventh annual event, evincing the wide participating of students and their teachers exploring and displaying their learning about environmental protection knowledge and awareness through participation in the competition, which aims to encourage their action to protect the earth. This year’s theme was “Go Green! My Wilderness 

Travel Adventure!” that wished to promote the United Nation’s International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. It is hoped to increase the public awareness in sustainable tourism for in-depth understanding of culture, history and community where students and families visit. 

The 2017 Seventh Climate Change Painting Contest is funded by the generous support of our sponsors, including TGPF, CTCI Education Foundation, APP, the Everrich Foundation and Everrich D.F.S. Corp, Chung Tai Resource Technology Corp., CTCI, Taipei 101 and Shin Kong 

Insurance. The Competition winners list is announced this week on our official website, taise.org.tw, and participants can go online to check the results.





 

 

 

 
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2017 Climate Change Painting Contest Awarded Paintings 2017-06-15
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