Miss Tibet

The popular Miss Tibet beauty pageant claims to give women a platform to highlight Tibetan issues, drawing attention to the plight of its people as well as the brilliance of the lifestyle and culture.
For Director Lobsang Wangyal, the event is not just a beauty pageant, but a political act, "celebrating our identity, our culture and our proud tradition", whilst "implicitly asserting" Tibet as a nation and Tibetans as a people. But does the pageant really empower its women, or simply exploit them further?
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