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Vietnam's Ngoc Chau and Manh Khang set for Miss/Mr Supranational 2019

Ngoc Chau and Tran Manh Khang have been selected as the Vietnamese representatives at the Miss/Mr Supranational 2019 pageant, which is scheduled to get underway in Poland from November 18 to December 6.

 

 

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Ngoc Chau and Manh Khang 

 

 

Both representatives have previous experience competing in pageants, with Ngoc Chau being crowned Miss Supranational Vietnam 2018 in Seoul, the Republic of Korea, on August 22.

Born in 1994, Ngoc Chau is from Tay Ninh province. She stands at 1.74 metres tall and measures 80-60-90.

She left a positive impression on judges and contestants at Miss Supranational Vietnam 2018, winning the hearts of many people with her friendly charisma. In addition to this, she previously won Vietnam's Next Top Model in 2016.

Competing alongside Ngoc Chau, Tran Manh Khang also won the silver prize at Vietnam Supermodel 2015.

He has taken part in a number of television shows and currently serves as an MC on VTV channels.

Both representatives are training hard in preparation for the upcoming beauty pageant.

 

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