9 Students from West California Academy of Art and Design Won 2018 Paint the Future Art Contest
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.
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