LOS GANADORES

La UNESCO se complace en anunciar a los ganadores del concurso internacional de fotografía de la UNESCO “Las Rutas de la Seda a través de los Ojos de la Juventud”, que ha tenido lugar entre el 11 de abril y el 22 de julio de 2018. El objetivo principal de este concurso fue el de suscitar el interés de los jóvenes a propósito de las Rutas de la Seda, alentándolos a compartir sus puntos de vista e ideas sobre el Patrimonio Cultural Común que se ha desarrollado a lo largo de estas rutas históricas de diálogo.

Categoría 1: Ganadores de 14-17 años

Niña tibetana llevando flores silvestres

Primer lugar: 14-17 años

Nombre: Zijie Gong

Edad: 17 años

País: China

Leyenda de la foto: La foto fue tomada en los prados entre el Sichuan y el Tíbet.

 

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Zijie Gong Photography.  Grasslands, Sichuan and Tibet.
Memoirs of Love

Second Prize for Category One: 14-17 Years Old

 

Name: Rishab Nandi
Age: 14 years old
Country: India
Image caption:  A couple record their love and togetherness at the Taj Mahal, which is regarded as the symbol of Love. The lovers in silhouette were appealing to me against the bright monument.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Rishab Nandi Photography.  Taj Mahal, India.
Mbah Ripto, Playing a Gamelan

Third Prize for Category One: 14-17 Years Old

Name: Michael Theodric 
Age: 16 years old
Country: Indonesia
Image caption: Mbah Ripto, playing a gamelan (a traditional Indonesian music instrument) that he made himself.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Theodric Michael Photography. Playing a Gamelan, Indonesia.

Category Two: 18-25 Years Old Winners

Sunrise over Bagan

First Prize for Category Two: 18-25 Years Old

Name: Pyae Phyo Thet Paing
Age: 25 years old
Country: Myanmar
Image caption:  The Heritage Monument in Nature of Bagan in Burma. One fine morning in Bagan, a Myanmar treasure. Sunrise in Bagan is such a dreamy and peaceful time.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Pyae Phyo Thet Paing Photography.  The Heritage Monument in Nature of Bagan in Burma, Myanmar.
Gongfu on Hand

Second Prize for Category Two: 18-25 Years Old

Name :  Xiaoyi Yan
Age : 22 years old
Country :  China
Image caption:  Photographed in the old tea house in Peng, Chengdu, in the Sichuan province in China.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Xiaoyi Yan Photography. Gongfu on Hand, Sichuan China.
Dream of the return

Third Prize for Category Two: 18-25 Years Old

Name :  Ahmed Gaber

Age : 21 years old

Country :  Egypt

Image caption :  Respecting and showing affection towards elders is a value embedded in different cultures along the Silk Roads. An elderly lady Embraced by her son, Haja.  Shama, 90, left Palestine in 1948 for Egypt with her family and settled at Fadel Island in Sharkya, Nile Delta. They thought that they might stay there for a short time, but they did not leave until now.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Ahmed Gaber Photography.  Dream of the return,  Fadel Island in Sharkya Egypt.

Category One: 14-17 Years Old Honourable Mentions

Culture

Honrable Mention for Category One: 14-17 Years Old

Name: Anushka Kesharwani

Age:16 years old

Country: India

Image caption: Culture opens the sense of beauty. Culture is the arts elevated to a set of beliefs.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Anushka Kesharwani Photography.Sense of Beauty,India.
Fun Bath

Honrable Mention for Category One: 14-17 Years Old

Name: Fardin Oyan

16 years old

Country: Bangladesh

Image caption: The picture shows the happiness of childhood.  These children live in my neighbourhood. They were playing and having fun while it was raining.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Zijie Gong Photography.Fun Bath,Bangladesh.

Category Two: 18-25 Years Old Honourable Mentions

The School Way

Honrable Mention for Category Two: 18-25 Years Old

Name: Amanullah Sedaqat

Age : 25 years old

Country: Afghanistan

Image caption:  During the Taliban regime, schools were closed to students in most parts of Afghanistan. They opened up again after the interim government. In Daikundi province, after 14 years of Taliban rule, there were still basic schools and facilities available for existing students. This photo was taken in 2016.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. ©Amanullah Sedaqat Photography. The School Way, Afghanistan.
Celestial Youth

Honrable Mention for Category Two: 18-25 Years Old

Name: Nasiba Nurmatova

Age: 25 years old

Country: Kyrgyzstan

Image caption:  Kyrgyz dancers on a traditional swing at the Teskei Jeek, South Shore, Issyk Kul Ethno Festival.

 

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Nasiba Nurmatova Photography. Celestial youth , Kyrgyzstan.