Miss Tibet 2014 Tenzin Yangzom

Tenzin Yangzom was crowned Miss Tibet 2014 at Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) in McLeod Ganj.

The Pageant: 8 June 2014

The Miss Tibet Pageant 2014 was held at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) in McLeod Ganj India on 8 June 2014.

The pageant has been held for eleven years in Dharamshala, and one year in Bylakuppe, since it was started in 2002. Due to the grim situation in Tibet, there was no pageant in 2012.

Application for the 2014 Pageant was closed on 31 March 2014, with 8 applicants.

The Miss Tibet Pageant 2014 contestants

Four contestants were to arrive on the morning of 3 June. Only one did arrive, and you can see her details here.

Miss Tibet 2014 event and stories

  • Tenzin Yangzom becomes Miss Tibet 2014
    Miss Tenzin Yangzom was crowned the new Miss Tibet 2014 in a modest coronation ceremony at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts in McLeod Ganj.
  • Coronation ceremony of the new Miss Tibet on 8 June
    The ambitious, beautiful, committed, dazzling, elegant, graceful ... Tenzin Yangzom will be crowned the new Miss Tibet 2014 at 7pm on Sunday 8 June at Tipa.
  • Lone contestant Tenzin Yangzom to be crowned Miss Tibet 2014
    Lone contestant Tenzin Yangzom, 23, from Gangtok, Sikkim, will be crowned the new Miss Tibet 2014. The coronation ceremony will be held at Tipa on 8 June.

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There are 2 comments.

  1. Chris Charlton says:

    Congratulations. I wish you every success and for your dreams to come true. Best wishes, Chris

  2. Deeky Wangmo says:

    Congratulations to the new Miss Tibet. Wish you a successful and happy life ahead. Long live Tibet and HH The Dalai Lama.
    Good luck ahead…
    -With love from Bhutan 🙂

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