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24 CHILDREN OF THE WORLD NAME FINALISTS AT LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL PEACE POSTER CONTEST

Yue Zheng, a 13-year-old girl from Dalian, China, has a vision of what peace looks like. Zheng brought this vision to life through his art and earned him the grand prize in the Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest. Oak Brook, Apr 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Yue Zheng, a 13-year-old girl from Dalian, China, has a vision of what peace looks like. Zheng brought this vision to life through his art and earned him the grand prize in the Lions Club International Peace Poster Competition. Zheng was one of 600,000 participants worldwide in the annual peace poster competition sponsored by local Lions clubs, which offers young people ages 11-13 the opportunity to share their vision of world peace through art. “When designing my artwork, the first thing I thought about was how to represent ‘service’ and ‘peace’,” said Zheng. “In my poster I show how people from different countries, different age groups and artificial intelligence would create a dove of peace through the format of building with blocks. The dove of peace opens its wings and flies to heaven, hoping that everyone can get along in harmony and perform all kinds of services together to achieve peace. The winning poster was selected for its originality, artistic merit and its portrayal of the competition theme, “Peace Through Service”. Dalian De Long Lions Club sponsored the local competition where Zheng could participate in this global event and share his vision with the world. “I want my poster to show that everyone is participating in peaceful service,” said Zheng. As the winner of the competition, Zheng will receive a cash prize of US $ 5,000. Zheng also attends the celebration with 23 merit winners from around the world. All Merit Winners will receive a cash prize of $ 500 for their winning artwork. The 2021 Lions Club International Peace Poster winners are: Dakota Lynn Bennett, 12, Galena Route 66, Kansas, USA Ya Wen Cao, 13, Beijing Star Lions Club, China Srushti Deshmukh, 13-old, Satara United Lions Club, India Catherine Fan, 13, Beacon Hill Lions Club, Hong Kong Wu Gin How, 13, JB Centennial Lions Club, Malaysia Aimi Huang, 12, Jiangsu Yijiaren Lions Club, China Kate Hunkins, 13, Rochester ’76 Lions Club, Minnesota, USA Lorenza Iannelli , 13, Formia Lions Club, Italy Daphne Kim, 11, Los Angeles New Millennium Lions Club, California, USA Jhae Aubrey Nubla, 11, Grace Park Lions Club, Caloocan City, Philippines Viktor Nikolaev Petrov, 12, Russian Sexaginta Prista, Bulgaria Naura Keylasafa Putri, 13, Jakarta Gading Cemara Lions Club, Indonesia Jia Qi Qiao, 13, Shaanxi Qinhan Lions Club, China Fangyu Qiao, 12, Jilin Ren Ai Lions Club, China Chloe Retuya, 13, Cheshire Lions Club, Con Necticut, USA Pei-Yun Tsai, 12, New Taipei City Yung Ho Lions Club, C. hina Taiwan Jashwith Thota, 11, Panja Lions Club, India Isadora Tomines, 12, Miami Buenavista-Biltmore Lions Club, Florida, USA -Unis Shao Xinying, 12, Shenyang Ai Zhong Lions Club, China Yixin Sun, 13, Qingdao Hexin Lions, China Letícia Coelho Vieira, 14, Tatuí Lions Club, Brazil Tianyue Wu, 11, China Guangdong Lingnan Lions Club, China Qiuran Yu, 13, Harbin Le Shan Lions Club, China “The Lions The international peace poster competition enables the world to make peace with Seeing the eyes of young people – a valuable perspective, ”says Dr. Jung-Yul Choi, President of Lions President Clubs International. “We pride ourselves on supporting the creative process of children around the world and encouraging them to always see peace as a viable solution to conflict.” Visit Lions Clubs International’s website, lionsclubs.org, to view the peace posters and learn more about the competition. Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest service club organization, consists of more than 1.4 million men and women in more than 200 countries and regions around the world. Lions created the Peace Poster Contest to promote the spirit of peace and international understanding among young people around the world. ### Appendix Zheng (GPW) small CONTACT: Shauna Schuda Lions Clubs International 6304687075 [email protected]