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Beauties of Asia 2013 Grand Final: Beauty is the Bridge of Friendship

I talked to the main Organizer of BOA, and she told me that there are three types of tickets, and they are still available for tonight: (They are able to adapt to the size of the attendees) 
1. $35 with a seat for the show starting at 5:30 pm (reception) and 6pm (for the show).2. Free without a seat, but you have to either (a) sign up for their volunteering list, or (b) bring some foods/beverage for sharing with other attendees. (Salad, chips, beverages..., and make the volume not too small.)3. $158 for VIP a seat with dinner starting at 5 pm. Many important people and special guests including Miss Canada and others from other cities will be there.
Welcome to come check it out, should be fun and worth going;)
(I will be there but a bit late.)

Chris

Organizer

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Reception: 5:30pm

Show: 6:00pm

 

Organizer: The Global Asian Interactive Youth Association (GAIYA)

Contact:[masked] (FYI: The main Organizer is a Taiwanese female)

This is an open event as well as a promotion to the efforts by GAIYA. To attend the event, please contact the Organizer of BOA.

Beauties of Asia was born in 2008 with a vision.  Under the slogan "We are one family" and "Beauty is the Bridge of Friendship", the purpose of this event is to allow the participants to develop their self-esteem as well as their presentation skills.  It offers the opportunity to express unique cultural values and qualities, learn about other cultures, and share it with each other.  It is designed to bring young Asians together and allow them to appreciate one another as well as create a bridge between different communities.  Now its fifth year, we have once again gathered many different Asian communities to work together in this great cause.  Beauties of Asia is part of the Asian Heritage Month launched by the Toronto government.


Beauty is the bridge of friendship!

Its purpose is to promote and enrich communication between different cultures within Asian Communities. Eighteen girls will be chosen from different cultures who will demonstrate their talent, intelligence, and beauty. 

Beauties of Asia is organized by the Global Asian Interactive Youth Association (GAIYA), a long-established and prestigious not-for-profit community youth organization. 

By showcasing the talents of young Asian Canadians in cultural activities, the event is designed to encourage youth to celebrate their heritage and become involved in their communities, Toward that end, a series of competitions will lead through the month of May and into June in celebration of Asian Heritage Month.


Our Objectives

  • Display a whole new Asian communities,Showing the new generations spirits through the beautiful girls
  • To promote the exchange of cultural with other Asian communities
  • Enhance the harmony between Chinese culture and the diverse cultures of the world
  • Friendly contacts between different people facilitate the cultural and economic interchange
  • Makes for better communication
  • To promote the goodwill of corporate sponsors within the ethnic communities
  • To reflect the contributing spirit of Toronto’s ethnic communities in Canada’s cultural mosaic
  • Diverse cultures display


Legend and Culture

Charm is derived from beauty, beauty stems from self-confidence  Asian Heritage Month dates back to 1978 when U.S. President Jimmy Carter designated May 4-10 as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week. 

A Couple years later, U.S. President George Bush extended the week-long celebration to a month. In 1993, celebrations of Asian Heritage Month began in different cities across Canada. 

3 years later, also in Canada, the province of British Columbia officially declared May as Asian Heritage Month. In May, 2001, motion introduced in the Senate by Senator Poy, seconded by Senator Pat Carney, that May be recognized as Asian Heritage Month, given the important contributions of Asian Canadians to the settlement, growth and development of Canada, the diversity of the Asian community, and its present significance to this country. Today, Asian Heritage Month is being celebrated across North America.

 

Community Partners

Canadian Multicultural Council - Asian in Ontario

 

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