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Miss Livingstone Naomi goes for Miss Landscapes

NAOMI

NDANGWA MWITTAH, Livingstone
NAOMI Chizyuka, the 21-year-old teacher who was recently crowned the first ever Miss Face of Livingstone, has been selected to represent Zambia at the inaugural Miss Landscapes International beauty pageant in Guangzhou, China.She will compete with over 40 other participants from across the globe for the crown valued at US$2.5 million by Chuangying Group and a US$10, 000 cash prize.
Naomi told the Weekend Mail in an interview that she is excited about representing Zambia at an international pageant and hopes to bring the crown home.
She left for China on Wednesday for the weeklong pageant that starts today until next week Saturday.
The pageant is being held at the Santorini Hot Spring Resorts.
“I am really excited about this and my only prayer is that I go and bring the crown back home,” Naomi said.
The pageant aims at bringing harmony between mankind and nature and to celebrate the beautiful landscapes around the world. It also promotes eco-friendly tourism as well as raising awareness on animal welfare issues.
The main organiser for the pageant is Charm Press Intercontinental Marketing Co Ltd, based in Guangzhou. They are also the main producers of all three major events in China; Miss Landscapes International Pageant, Miss China Pageant and Mister China Pageant.
Among the 40 plus contestants are Chinasa Outten (Bahamas), Heather Louise Hughes (United Kingdom), Romy Stuik (Netherlands), Aiste Maciultye (Lithuania), Uuganzaya Myagmars (Mongolia), Magdalena Justyna Grabarska (Poland), Cassia Pouleth Hurtado Vásconez (Ecuador), Bekanti Koffi (Ivory Coast), Kerstin Marran (Estonia), Olena Shablovska (Cyprus), Myat Cherry Moe (Myanmar), Chaimaa Hejam (Morocco), Anna Levchenko (Russia), Swati Kothari (India), Mai Murakami (Japan), Xinyi He (China), Rhati Septiani (Indonesia), Mariana Protopsalti (Greece), Anastasia Bersch (Germany) and Roxanne Zhang (Singapore).
Others are Meriam Kaxuxwena (Namibia), Ivy Mido (Kenya), Tran Thi Kim Vang (Vietnam), Rita Deng (Macau), Hyun Jeong Song (Korea), Wanting Peng (Taiwan), Karen Grace Atienza (Philippines), Hanna Weiser (Brazil), Erika Tamara Chavez Moreno (Bolivia), Priota Iftekhar (Bangladesh), Shavinaa Balan (Malaysia), Samantha Batallanos (Peru), Man Yee Lam (Hong Kong China), Mandeera Saverimutto (Sri Lanka), Sanitpim Sirichatpaphaku (Bangkok), Myriam Fiat (France) and Letwin Tiwaringe (Zimbabwe).

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