Drawing cultures together
The Asia-Pacific region is home to more than half of the world's population and a tremendous number of different cultures, but long held hatreds carry down through the generations. A competition held by Unesco Bangkok asked young people what harmony looks like to them
Conflicts and cultural clashes are everyday facts of life for children living in communities plagued by deep-seated ethnic tensions.
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE: The winning photo by Alland Dharmawan, from Indonesia, shows two Papuan children.
From a vivid painting of Will Smith, to a photo of a seven-year-old Filipina girl holding Asean-themed paper dolls, young people's personal interpretations of harmony is the subject of the Learning to Live Together exhibition, on display at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre from Sept 17-22.
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