Asia’s Brightest Minds Shine in ‘Top 40 UNESCO World Heritage Sites’ Quiz Competition

In an exciting event that tested the knowledge and acumen of students across Asia, the “Top 40 UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Asia” online quiz competition took place last week. Organized by Voice Asia News, this competition provided a unique opportunity for students to showcase their expertise on the rich cultural and historical heritage of the continent.

The competition was held on three consecutive days, allowing participants from different regions to join at suitable times. On September 9, students in Malaysia participated, followed by India on September 10, and Nepal on September 11. The quiz competition presented participants with a series of questions related to the prominent UNESCO heritage sites scattered across Asia. 

The winner will receive $200, Runner-up 1 will receive $100 and Runner-up 2 will get $50. All the winners of the competition will be honored with awards, cash prizes and certificates at an international event which is going to be organized in November.

As the competition drew near, Manimaran Supriya, Chief Editor of Voice Asia News Malaysia, extended his heartfelt best wishes to all the participants. This event not only celebrated the cultural diversity and historical richness of Asia but also promoted learning and knowledge-sharing among the youth. Students from all three countries participated in the international competition. 

In this international competition, a total of 1,480 students and students from more than 72 schools in India, Malaysia, and Nepal participated. In this competition, Satish Rana, a student of Class 7 from Children’s Paradise Senior Secondary School in Nepal, became the winner by providing the maximum number of correct answers in the shortest time. The first runner-up was Devisihi Lakhera from Delhi Public School, Haldwani, India, and the second runner-up was Navjot Kaur from Government Senior Secondary Smart School, Kalyan, Punjab, India.

On this wonderful occasion, Manimaran Supiya, Editor and Chief of Voice Asia News Malaysia, congratulated the winners and all the students who participated in the competition. He emphasized the importance of knowledge and cultural awareness, which this competition promoted, and how it brought together young minds from different corners of Asia to celebrate the continent’s heritage.

This remarkable event not only tested the students’ knowledge but also fostered a spirit of unity and learning, transcending borders and promoting the preservation of Asia’s diverse cultural heritage. It stood as a testament to the power of education and the enduring significance of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in our global society.