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Young Creative Artists Contest Online Award Ceremony will be featured on Aug. 29, 2020 during the CESASC 58th Annual Convention

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Congratulations to all of the young creative artist winners! An online award ceremony of the contest will be featured in the CESASC 58th Annual Convention at 3pm Pacific Time on Aug. 29, 2020 (Sat). Following please find detailed instructions to join the meeting if you plan to attend the ceremony:Please join the Zoom Meeting by clicking the following link:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87094749097?pwd=R2R1KzNGeGg5dWVmUmJidjNaMURsUT09Meeting ID: 870 9474 9097Passcode: 684082“Science meets Art” will be the theme of this year’s CESASC Annual Convention to explore the intersections of two seemingly different disciplines. Following please find the agenda of the 90-minute convention:2020 Looking Back and 2021 Looking Forward - 10 minScholarship Award Ceremony - 15 minThe Future of Hollywood - 30 minFeaturing exclusive interview with Director Ang Lee (導演李安)  In Memoriam - 3 minArt Contest Award Ceremony - 7 minSpace Travel - 30 minFeaturing keynote speech from Ms. Monica Jan (Sr. Director of Virg…

"Creativity against COVID-19" Young Creative Artists Contest Winner Announcement

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We want to send a big thank you to all of the participants, parents and volunteers who have contributed so much to the success of our contest! Many thanks to our judges for your great work and valuable time on reviewing and rating 117 pieces of artwork submitted by our participants! It took a lot of time and effort! Thank you to everyone for making this contest a great success! And a special congratulations to 9 year-oldJustin Koo (Castlebay Lane Charter, CA), the winner of the $1,500 Grand Prize and the most talented young creative artist in our contest! His video received the highest score from our judges.Congratulations to the following 8 winners of the $500 Second Prize:Kevin Lou, 14, click here to view the artwork Vanessa Lin, 7, click here to view the artwork Anda Xie, 12, click here to view the artworkZiyao Zhuo, 16, click here to view the artworkRachel Liang, 17, click here to view the artworkJustin Goh, 16, click here to view the artworkAdam Yeung, 18, click here to view the …

55. What should you do if you may have been exposed to the virus or infected?

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Q: What should I do if I may have been exposed to the virus or infected?💁Tracy: First of all, within 14 days of your exposure, please practice self quarantine, minimize your interaction with others. Practice hygiene including wearing a mask, wash hands frequently, clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces, etc.  The most likely time window for COVID-19 infection is about 5-7 days if you indeed get infected. Symptoms may start to show up during or after this time window. Secondly, continue to monitor your body condition closely, and establish a baseline before you notice any symptoms. Body baseline include: 

Body temperature (by using a Basal Body Thermometer, for example);SPO2 (blood oxygen level, by using a Finger Pulse Oximeter, for example);Resting breathing rate, resting heart rate, resting blood pressure, etc. If you have other medical conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, it is important you continue to monitor these conditions and note your baseline level before an…

"Creativity against COVID-19" Contest Entry Ended on 6/30/2020! Thank you for Participation!

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The “Creativity against COVID-19” Contest is a creative art contest for K-12 students age from 6 to 18. Team is encouraged. Artwork must be in the forms of picture, video, animation or other multi-media format with a story based on the content from “COVID-19: Tracy’s Guide for Families”. It should be posted online on social media and is viewable to the public. 

Entry to the contest ended on June 30, 2020 (Tuesday). Participants may write to tracyuca@gmail.com to update your entry.

The artworks entered the contest can be found on the following page:
https://tracysguide.blogspot.com/p/creativity-against-covid-19-contest.html


(Sample artwork chosen from the most recent entries of the Contest)

The artworks submitted will be reviewed by a selection committee appointed by the organizers in four categories: content, quality, creativity/imagination, and popularity. The names of the prize winners will be announced in mid-July 2020.

The prize winners will be awarded cash prizes up to $1,500 (Grand Pr…

"Creativity against COVID-19" Contest: Win up to $1,500!

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The “Creativity against COVID-19” Contest is a COVID-19 public health education program co-hosted by UCA, Chinese American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern Californian (CESASC) and Xing Memorial Fund (XMF). The contest opens to K-12 students age from 6 to 18. Team is encouraged. 

Artwork must be in the forms of picture, video, animation or other multi-media format with a story based on the content from “COVID-19: Tracy’s Guide for Families”. It should be posted online on social media and is viewable to the public. Participants should submit the URL of the artwork to us by the end of June 30, 2020 (Tuesday) at:
https://forms.gle/4H1NJbcYWUNv5pGe9.

The artworks submitted will be reviewed by a selection committee appointed by the organizers in four categories: content, quality, creativity/imagination, and popularity. The names of the prize winners will be announced in mid-July 2020.

The prize winners will be awarded cash prizes up to $1,500 (Grand Prize) and winner certificat…

Press Release: The Deadline of " Creativity against COVID-19 " Young Creative Artists Contest Is Extended to June 30, 2020 (Tuesday)

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Washington, DC (June 14, 2020) – The Organizing Committee of “Creativity against COVID-19” Young Creative Artists Contest announced today to extend the deadline of the artwork submission to June 30, 2020 (Tuesday). The “Creativity against COVID-19” Contest is a COVID-19 public health education program co-hosted by UCA, Chinese American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern Californian (CESASC) and Xing Memorial Fund (XMF).

The contest opens to K-12 students age from 6 to 18. Team is encouraged. Artwork must be in the forms of picture, video, animation or other multi-media format with a story based on the content from “COVID-19: Tracy’s Guide for Families”. It should be posted online on social media and is viewable to the public. Participants should submit the URL of the artwork to us by the end of June 30, 2020 (Tuesday) at:
https://forms.gle/4H1NJbcYWUNv5pGe9.

The artworks submitted will be reviewed by a selection committee appointed by the organizers in four categories: co…