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Miss Tibet Pageant 2017 Announcement

The Miss Tibet Pageant 2017 will take place from 2 to 4 June 2017. Aspiring young Tibetan women can send their application online from 1 December till the end of March.

The criteria are:

  1. Must have Central Tibetan Administration tax paid up to date. However, this criterion does not apply to a woman coming from Tibet to compete in the Pageant.
  2. Must be between 17 and 25 years of age.
  3. Must be a minimum of 165 cm in height.
  4. Must be unmarried and must not have given birth to a child.

There will be seven rounds: Swimsuit (Day one), Talk and Talent (Day two), Introduction, Gown, Traditional costume and Interview (Finale night).

The topic for the Talk round is chosen by lottery, drawn an hour before the round starts. Each contestant is given the choice to speak on a topic from one of two options they pick in the lottery. The topics are all on Tibet and Tibetan-related issues, such as Tibetan history, culture, language, human rights, environment, women, activism, etc.

In the Talent round, the contestants have to perform an act with no bar in language. The performance would be a minimum of three minutes to maximum five minutes long.

The winner will receive one lakh (100,000) rupees. The First Runner-up 50,000 rupees, and the Second Runner-up 25,000 rupees.
Contact Director for any queries.

Lobsang Wangyal
Director

There are 8 comments.Have your say at the bottom of the page

  1. Dolker says:

    We have seen the Miss Tibet Pageant has been carried on for the last ten to fifteen years, but i couldn’t see anyone coming out with a helpful hand to our society. Did they forget their promise when they were crowned? Sad.

  2. Zhaxi Tsomo says:

    When I first heard about Miss Tibet I thought it was so great, having seen the situation in China and India for myself. It would be so amazing and encouraging to have only Tibetan dancing, singing, and anything else that is traditional. Tibetan judges and Tibetan people voting. I am not Tibetan but I love the Tibetan cause, and welcome all Tibetans to New Zealand. We love you!!

  3. Tenzin says:

    Not speaking or writing Tibetan makes you not Tibetan? I don’t really get that. If your bloodline comes from Tibet you should be able to run for Miss Tibet. Plus, all the beautiful Tibetan girls can’t really speak proper Tibetan anyway.

  4. Tenzin gonpo says:

    The winner price money must increase!!! As u always increasing the entry ticket!!

  5. Tenzin Dekyi says:

    Mr Lobsang la, i appreciate your hard work and efforts towards the pageant, as it really does give empowerment to women, coming up on such a beautiful platform where she gets the utmost opportunity to showcase herself and her talent.

    But don’t you think the swimsuit round could be avoided? You could substitute it with a new round. Only then could our spiritual head and the prime minister come and support the pageant with their physical presence, which would be really historic for the Miss Tibet Pageant.

  6. Tenzin K says:

    Hi Lobsang La,

    Are you still giving any consideration to the people of Tibet, that to “Be able to speak proper Tibetan” is in the criteria of Miss Tibet Pageant.

    1) All the controversies on 2016 are because of her spoken Tibetan language.

    2) Countless people verbally and literally requested you to do that for the overall good of future Miss Tibet.

    I knew perhaps you would not allow to post this, or remove this from your website. But I am sure people will raise this issue through many channels.

  7. Ngawang Tashi says:

    This is a great opportunity for young girls to come up on the stages different level. And to represent Tibet as a Nation, and Tibetan women’s power. Our young, energetic and beautiful girls should be encouraged to participate.

  8. Tenzin Norzom says:

    It’s a warm opportunity for our Tibetan young ladies. We can do it. We can speak and stand up as representatives of our nation . We have confidence to seek any platform. Go girls. We can share and speak of our culture identical around the world! Thanks.

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