The Washington Metropolitan Miss Chinese American Beauty Pageant is the largest in scale, fairest, and most influential Beauty Pageant in the tri-state area Chinese community.(Washington DC, Maryland & Virginia). Since the inception of the event, the organizing committee has been dedicated to promoting the Minority Cultural Heritage, International Cultural Awareness, and Community Significance. This event will provide the outstanding Young Chinese American, with the rare opportunity to show their virtues with cultural pride, leadership, family value, and confidence to succeed in the culture-blended society. The winners of the Second Washington Metropolitan Miss Chinese American Pageant will travel to China for two weeks as friendship ambassadors. During their visit in China, these talented young women will help foster cultural exchange, and promote business and tourism between U.S. and China. Our event also helps them develop leadership skills they need to successfully compete in all areas of business, education, art, and commerce. As a nonprofit institute, we are committed to donate part of the proceeds from the beauty pageant to relevant cultural and charity organizations that are in need of financial assistance.
For more information www.dcmisschina.com
The Pacific Miss Asian Alliance Beauty Pageant is organized and hosted by Pacific Culture International (PCI) of North Bethesda, MD. All contestants, who participate in this event hereby expressly agree to by bound by the following rules and regulations:
Application Fee - All contestants must pay a $100 application fee. This fee will not be waived and will not be refunded.
Asian Ancestry - An application must have at least 1/4 (25%) Asian ancestry
An applicant must be a legal resident of the United States
Five-Time Heavyweight Champion Evander Holyfield will be the guest of honor at the Washington Metropolitan Miss Chinese American Beauty Pageant's pre-pageant VIP meet and greet on Thursday evening, September 16, at Morton’s the Steakhouse Restaurant in downtown Washington, DC. Mr. Holyfield will pose for photos with the 15 young women competing for the title of DC Miss China Beauty Pageant queen and will be available to greet the public and media. The event is hosted by Pacific Culture International (PCI).
The final contestants of the Miss DC Chinese-American Beauty Pageant following a press conference held at the Rockville Hilton traveled to Washington DC to visit Chinatown and several national monuments.