Miss Universe Vietnam

Miss Universe Vietnam (Vietnamese: Hoa hậu Hoàn vũ Việt Nam) is an beauty contest held in Vietnam to select the country's representative to the Miss Universe pageant. The pageant is not related to Miss Vietnam or Miss World Vietnamese pageants.
The 2008 Miss Universe Vietnam was held at Vinpearl Land tourist site in Nha Trang on May 31, 2008. It is the first official Miss Universe Vietnam contest. However the organizer has no plan for the next edition.
The winner, Nguyen Thuy Lam, was the host delegate for the Miss Universe 2008 pageant to be held on July 14 in Nha Trang, Vietnam. She made the Top 15.
Due to new rules for hosting beauty pageants in Vietnam beginning in 2009, Miss Universe Vietnam could not be legally held (the rules state that only one pageant can be held in Vietnam per year, and Mrs. Vietnam received the license for 2009.) Thus, first runner-up to Miss Universe Vietnam 2008, Võ Hoàng Yến, will compete for Vietnam at Miss Universe 2009.
Miss VietNam Universe took place in Vinpearl, Nha Trang . There were 20 contestants participating. The final included 4 competitions : evening gown, swimsuit, áo dài and interview. This is the first edition of Miss Viet Nam Universe

Miss Thailand Universe 2010

Miss Thailand Universe 2010, the 11th Miss Thailand Universe pageantheld at Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok, in Bangkok, Thailand on March 20, 2010. The contestants will camp in Kamphaeng Phet before flying back to Bangkok for the final stage. Chutima Durongdej, Miss Thailand Universe 2009, will crown her successor at the end of this event.
In the final round, broadcast live on BBTV Channel 7, Fonthip Watcharatrakul, was crowned Miss Thailand Universe 2010 by Chutima Durongdej, Miss Thailand Universe 2009.
In this August, Fonthip Watcharatrakul, representative of Thailand at the Miss Universe 2010 pageant.

German beauty girls at work

The Faith and Beauty Society was founded in 1938 to serve as a tie-in between the League of German Girls and the Nazi Frauenschaft.
The idea was that girls should be part in the work for the whole Volksgemeinschaft before they went on to either jobs or ideally to marry and have children.
Membership was voluntary and open to girls 17 to 21. The work in the Society was mainly geared toward priming the girls for their tasks as wives and mothers, and while courses offered were very interesting for many girls and ranged from fashion design to healthy living, the overall idea was to teach them home economics so they would properly run their households, cook well for their families, and care properly for their children.
According to Dr. Jutta Rüdiger, who had taken over as the leader of the League of German Girls in 1937.
The task of our Girls League is to raise our girls as torch bearers of the national-socialist world. We need girls who are at harmony between their bodies, souls, and spirits. And we need girls who, through healthy bodies and balanced minds, embody the beauty of divine creation. We want to raise girls who believe in Germany and our leader, and who will pass these beliefs on to their future children.