Miss Asia USA Bridges Cultural Relationships In its continuing effort to strengthen cultural relationships amongst many of the various Asian communities in America, the Miss Asia USA organization participates in an exciting variety of cultural celebrations. Recent collaborative efforts include the following highly attended events.
The National Costume Fashion Show for Saigon TV, produced and aired in celebration of the Vietnamese New Year, the queens and delegates presented a dazzling showcase of traditional costumes which included twenty of the Miss Asia 2010 delegates gracing the stage in National Costume dress. The costumes, rich in color and tradition, were applauded with delight as the ladies supported the celebration with characteristic poise and beauty.
Mayor Margie Reese of Westminster and over 800 other attendees enjoyed the show held at the Rose Theatre in the city of Westminster, Orange County .The Tet Festival Vietnamese Parade celebrated on February 13th provided another opportunity for cultural celebration and exchange within the Asian communities. Miss Asia USA and Mrs. Asia USA delegates also participated in this Orange County event which is one of the largest Southern California parades. Bridging cultural relationships continued with the annual Indonesian Fair celebration on February 20th where the Miss Asia USA 2010 delegates performed their National Costume Fashion Show. The fair produced by Indonesian Media was joyously attended by a broad range of Asian and cross cultural people impressed with the delegate’s show of traditional costumes.
Reigning queens Mrs. Asia USA Kimberly Vodang, and First Runner Up Elizabeth Yang along with 2010 Delegates representing Russia and Armenia also joined in the Chinese New Year of the Tiger celebration by participating in the Golden Drag on parade in Downtown Los Angeles on February 20.
Miss Asia Usa Delegates Tapesh TV Interview
On the same day the Queens and delegates went on to the largest Persian TV network TAPESH TV to do a full hour live satellite interview with anchor TV Jimmy Sedji. The Delegates were individually interviewed about their goals, their passi on as cultural ambassadors and their aspirati on of becoming the next Miss Asia USA.
The organization continues its quest to bridge Asian communities with current preparations for several major Persian New Year events, a myriad of fundraisers and ribbon cuttings. The reigning queens and its 2010 Delegates plan to share their culture, poise, friendship, and joy in this coming month of March.
Miss Asia USA and Mrs. Asia USA are now accepting applications to participate in the pageant set for Saturday, August 21, 2010. For more information , contact Tel. 818-641-7779 or Angela@virgeliaproductions.com / info@MissAsiaUSA.org or visit our website: www.MissAsiaUSA.org