The Environmental Best prize   The Environmental Best prize

 

Okawa Shion
Ehime, Japan
Age 9

Golden hulless barley spreads all over the field. This is my favorite scenery before the rainy season comes. The barley is used to make delicious miso paste.

 

Special Prize / International Section
  The International Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
  The International Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
 

Ping Ping Chanposri Laksana
Thailand
Age 12

"Through my eyes":
Just open your eyes and you will see all living things, big and small, that live together in a place called the "Blue Planet."

 

Nawar Jalaa Shlgeen
Syria
Age 9

     
             
  The IQNet Special Prize          
  The IQNet Special Prize   The IQNet Special Prize      
 

Angelika Kolodziej
Poland
Age 15

The animal kingdom needs your love.

 

Pacolli Fortana
Switzerland
Age 7

 

 

 
             
  The JQA Special Prize       The Judges Special Prize  
  The JQA Special Prize   The JQA Special Prize   The Judges Special Prize  
 

Tan Jasmine Kate L.
Philippines
Age 15

The blue Earth is for all living things. That is why we should join hands to keep the blue Earth beautiful.

 

Wenxu Zhong
U.S.A.
Age 12

The Earth is made up by blue and green.

 

Ma Yoon Pwint Thu
Myanmar
Age 11

We helped save people that were affected by the flood that happened recently in our country. People all around the world are faced with disaster.

 

 

Special Prize / Japan Section
  The Domestic Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
  The Domestic Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
 

Morinaga Taiyo
Shizuoka, Japan
Age 11

I drew the sunset at Mt Fuji. I wanted to express how beautiful it looks.

 

Maekawa Junko
Hyogo, Japan
Age 11

I believe we need to take care of Earth, because it is where flowers bloom and animals, birds, fish and humans all live together. I hope Earth stays beautiful forever.

     
             
  The JQA Special Prize   The IQNet Special Prize   The Judges Special Prize  
  The JQA Special Prize   The IQNet Special Prize   The Judges Special Prize  
 

Kurita Natsumi
Ibaraki, Japan
Age 14

Because humans are part of Earth, hurting it is the same as hurting ourselves. That is why I wanted to express my hopes of protecting the Earth together.

 

Noda Konoka
Saitama, Japan
Age 13

The message I wanted to put into this drawing was "the importance of learning." Even if I do not know yet to whom Earth belongs, I think I will find out as long as I keep learning about Earth.

 

Tsuzuki Ran
Kochi, Japan
Age 14

I depicted a world where humans and all living things live together with delight. I hope the world will look like this in the future.