Ahhhh..another pageant so the next winner can become scandalist after the crowning like all other past winners.Judge: "So why do you think you should be crown miss vietnam heritage?"Girl: "Because i want to be a role model to the next generation of girls by being a famewhore, and fuck every dick out there."
"vẻ đẹp và truyền thống người phụ nử VN" - sorry i had to laugh, as 80% of these contestants will have hi-light, lo-light, colored contact lenses, and will not be able to speak Vmese, so it would be funny to them to be labeled as "phụ nử truyền thống VN"When i think of a traditional Vietnamese woman, i think long flowing black hair, traditional dresses (nón lá, áo bà ba, áo dài), speak fluently, and not that mix of 1/2 viet and 1/2 english and conservativeHow can these women represent that image when they barely speak the language?? Very sad ...
I don't think it's fair to judge the next winner to be the same as past winners. Like all pageants, it's a chance for young women to make new friends, gain new experience and find inner confidence to speak in front of a large crowd, cameras and a judging panel. I'm sure it's a lot more than what the last 2 commenters can say they've done/can do.It's always easier to criticize and complain about something that goes wrong but not enough people talk about the good contributions that past winners have gone off to make for their community. Yes, it's important to understand the language but I don't understand why the last anon wouldn't allow mixed viet. Doesn't it say more that a mixed child who resides more with their Vietnamese culture appreciates it just as much as a "full viet"?Just some food for thought.
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