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Vietnamese beauties to compete at global pageants

Update: June, 07/2021 - 18:28

 

The first runner-up of Miss Việt Nam 2020 Phạm Ngọc Phương Anh of HCM City will go to the Miss International 2021 in Japan in November. Photo courtesy of the organiser

HCM CITY  Miss Việt Nam 2020 Đỗ Thị Hà, a student at the Hà Nội-based National Economics University, is working to prepare for her appearance at the Miss World 2021 in Puerto Rico in December. 

“Whether I am a role model to young Vietnamese people or not, I must be someone who motivates and inspires youth. I believe I can do it,” said Hà, 20, at the final round of Miss Việt Nam 2020 organised in HCM City last November. 

Miss Việt Nam began in 1988 and is organised every two years by Tiền Phong newspaper. The contest encourages young women to demonstrate their talents in their careers as well as charity and social activities. 

"I aim to introduce Vietnamese culture and lifestyle to the world,” said Hà, adding that she has worked to improve her knowledge, English, and physical beauty to compete at Miss World 2021. 

 

Miss Việt Nam 2020 Đỗ Thị Hà, a student at the Hà Nội-based National Economics University, is working to prepare for her appearance at the Miss World 2021 in Puerto Rico in December.  Photo courtesy of the organiser 

Hà and her team are working in a series of charity projects aimed at poor famers living in flood-hit areas in central provinces, including Trà Mi District in Quảng Nam Province.

The first runner-up of Miss Việt Nam 2020 Phạm Ngọc Phương Anh of HCM City will go to the Miss International 2021 in Japan in November. 

Anh, 23, is a student at RMIT University Vietnam and is fluent in English and French. 

Nguyễn Huỳnh Kim Duyên, 26, the runner-up of Miss Universe Việt Nam 2019, will attend the Miss Universe 2021 in Costa Rica in January, 2022.  

Miss Universe Việt Nam began in 2008 and is organised every two years. 

Miss Universe Việt Nam 2017 H’Hen Niê, a woman from the Ê Đê ethnic minority in Central Highlands, placed in the top five in Miss Universe 2018 in Thailand.  

“Growing up as an ethnic in Việt Nam, I believe that education is the only way to break the cycle of poverty,” said H’Hen, who is involved in several charity and community projects aimed at young women and children of ethnic groups.

Transgender contestants are encouraged to enter Miss Universe Việt Nam 2021, which was launched in HCM City in April.  VNS

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