The 2018 Paint the Future Art Contest Award Ceremony was held by Chinese Institute of Engineers-SoCal at the Diamond Bar Holiday Inn on October 13, 2018. 9 students from West California Academy of Art and Design won the contest.
This year’s contest theme is “My Future Neighborhood.” Contestants are required to provide a short description as “I have noticed a problem in my neighborhood, and it is…”and “One way I can solve this problem is…”
The contest opened to students of K-8 Grade, and the WCAAD winners are----
Eric Song, 10 years old: Inventing flying cars to solve the traffic problem; using Medi-robot to solve the medication problems.
Alisa Chang, 10 years old: Using scientific technology to solve the water wasting problem and to better protect the environment.
Angel Zhao, 13 years old: Planting and caring for everything around us to solve the problem of that everything nature-wise is slowly dying and fading away.
Jenna Vuong, 9 years old: Inventing Water Transforming Pelican Robot to transfer water from flooded states to drought states.
Angie Li, 8 years old: Inventing a recycling facility to turn trash into a playground and water park; inventing a multitask robot to make the neighborhood better.
Brandon Clark, 7 years old: Traveling with hot air balloons to solve the traffic and air pollution problems; using steel frames to solve the lumber waste problem; building fish tanks to solve the global warming problem.
Jaylen Lin, 7 years old: Inventing firefighter-robots to solve the dangerous working condition problem for human firefighters.
Amy Song, 7 years old: Using robotic teachers and teleportation technology to solve the teacher shortage and low study efficiency problems.
Symone Teng, 5 years old: Creating an underwater society to solve the traffic and air pollution problems.