Miss Earth Vietnam 2021 to take place in Lac Duong this December

Miss Earth Vietnam 2021 competition was launched in a press conference held last Wednesday, April 28 in Lac Duong.

The special event to kick off the first-ever Miss Earth Vietnam pageant was attended by former titleholders and Miss Earth 2018 Nguyen Phuong Khanh, the very first Vietnamese to win Miss Earth.

Four titles are at stake in the national pageant and a total of 6 billion VND worth of prizes will be given away. The main winner will have the opportunity to represent the country at the international Miss Earth competition.

Besides looking for an exceptional woman to represent Vietnam on the global stage, the organizers also aim to contribute to raising awareness on environmental protection and preservation. One of their initiatives includes tree-planting in response to the launching ceremony to plant 50 million trees in Lam Dong province within the next 5 years.

Applications for Miss Earth Vietnam 2021 will open this month and the eliminations will take place this August in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The semi-final will be held in November and the final competition will broadcast live in December from the Cu Lan Village and Lang Biang Mountain in Lac Duong District, Lam Dong.




Photos: Nguyen Phuong Khanh / Facebook

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