Invitation to Beauties of Asia 2009 Press Conference April 14, 2009

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Invitation to Beauties of Asia 2009 Press Conference April 14, 2009

Post  GAIYA on Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:41 pm

Beauties of Asia 2009 Press Conference

Dear Community Partners,

The Asian Interactive Youth Association would like to express our sincere gratitude and invite you to participate in Beauties of Asia 2009 Press Conference.

The purpose of Beauties of Asia 2009 is to promote and enrich the communication between different cultures within the Asian Communities and express the Asian cultural to the Canadian sociality. The proceeds from this event will go to the Charity

Asian Heritage Month is a celebration of the cultural diversity of all of Canada’s Asian communities. This occasion offers Canadians an opportunity to learn more about the history, culture and heritage of Canadians of Asian descent as well as to celebrate their role and contribution to the growth, prosperity and history of Canada.

Global Asian Interactive Youth Association is proud to be involved with Asian Heritage Month through various events and activities. Through Beauties of Asia 2009, the younger generation will be given a precious learning opportunity to understand and accept individual and cultural differences. It will allow them to learn how to respect others and enhance their teamwork skills.

The Beauties of Asia, to be held on May 31st, 2009, 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. In the event, Eighteen girls from different cultures will demonstrate their talent, intelligence, and beauty.

Slogan: Beauty is the bridge of friendship

Media press conference:
Time: 2:00PM April 14th,2009
Place: Market Village Centre Stage
4390 Steeles Ave. East. Markham, Ontario. L3R 9V7

Your support will make this event an outstanding success and we are looking forward to hearing from you. Please call for Confirmation:

Abby: 647-839-8882 Email:

Pageant Factsheet:

Beauties of Asia 2009
• The second largest Asian beauty contest in Canada.
• Beauty Pageant
• Multicultural Performances
• Multicultural Village
• Asian Heritage Celebration
• Gala Dinner

• Global Asian Interactive Youth Association
• Planning and Production:SPARK Show Production
Community partner:
• Canadian Multicultural Council.
• University Of Toronto Chinese Students and Scholars Association
• University of Toronto ethnic students Association
• Malaysian Association Of Canada
• Vietnamese Association, Toronto (VAT).
• Philippine Independence Day Council
• Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
• National Association Of INDO-Canadians
• Canadian Cambodian Association of Ontario
• Pakistani Community Centre
• Canada Sri Lanka Association of Ontario
• Korean Canadian Cultural Association
• Thai Society of Ontario
• Fishbill Enterprise
• York Taiwanese Student Association

Event Schedule:
April 1st—April 30th Recruiting the girls from different communities.
April 14th Media Press conference: 11 ethnic communities meet the press
May 3rd First opening audition at Market Village
May 10th The second and third open audition at Market Village
May 17th, The fourth open audition at Market Village
May 23th, Finalist press conference
May 31st Grand Final competition at Grand Baccus banquet hall

About Global Asian Interactive Youth Association

Global Asian Interactive Youth Association

The Global Asian Interactive Youth Association (GAIYA) was established in 2003. GAIYA consists of a group of high school, college, and university students working together and contributing to the society. Our first event, Summer Village Festival 2003, was hosted in response to the SARS epidemic in Taiwan. Since then, GAIYA has been an active group in Toronto, participating in various charitable events and activities. From 2004 to 2006, GAIYA worked with Kids Can Free The Children and raised a total of $6,500 for the school rebuilding project in the Gan Xu Province in China. GAIYA has also established other chapters around the world, including the latest addition in Tainan, Taiwan. Other chapters include Hawaii, and Panama. Our goal is to promote the growth of youth leadership by continuously organizing events with the community. Our focus is to maintain a positive environment for youths and develop an interest of fulfilling our duties as citizens.

Mission Statement
- Initiate and contribute to our society while demonstrating youth leadership skills.
- Address world issues and public awareness, and
- Promote multiculturalism and act as a bridge between the Asian and main stream communities.

- Multiculturalism
- Extra curricular activities
- Personal, group, and community progress and leadership

- With motivated youths in Toronto and the world
- With the community through charitable activities and events

- As a group in Toronto
- As a group internationally by creating a global network

- World issues
- Public awareness through charitable events


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