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05 April 2009

Miss Institute for International Education and Language Communication - 2009

On April 5th , in the concert hall of Tomsk Polytechnic University Miss Institute for International Education and Language Communication (IIELC), competition of beauty, youth and talent took place. Seven competitors from Russia , Ukraine , the Republics of Buryatia and China competed for the title of the most beautiful, and the most talented young lady of the Institute.

The president of the panel of judges, Tatiana S. Petrovskaya, Director of the IIELC, greeted everyone and wished them luck.

The “My Image” contest came first in the competition for the Miss IIELC title, during which the girls appeared as goddesses, or famous women of the past, introduced themselves, spoke of their ideals, and their goals in life.

In her presentation, Yana Demakova told the audience that she chose the goddess Psyche because she personified the human soul and breath. “I highly value those people who have rich inner self, and who always strive for something they want to achieve,” she declared. Luo Lan, a student from China , explained that she chose the Chinese goddess Chang'e because she personified healthy family relations and happiness, which were so important for all people. Natalya Balaganskaya, dressed as Aphrodite, set off in search of “lonely, broken and indecisive hearts.” Polina Matveeva whirled up waves of Scandinavian seas as the goddess Ran. Daria Radko portrayed Lelya, the Slavic goddess of love, leading round dances with young girls and rejoicing at the return of spring. Jianq Biwei chose for her scenic image a thousand-handed Chinese goddess Guan Yin because “a real woman should know how to do a lot of things and should do everything in time.” Yulya Munkoeva linked her beloved Buryatia with Egypt , appearing as the beautiful Cleopatra.

The second part of the competition involved staging of a popular Russian or foreign musical. The girls charmed the audience and the judges not only with their fantasy, vocal, and plastic arts, but also with their ability to work in a creative environment.

The winners of the competition were determined by the judges, audience support, and by Internet voting.

Miss IIELC: Natalia Balaganskaya (Russia)

1st Runner up: Jiang Biwei (China)

2nd Runner up: Yana Demakova (Russia)

Miss International Friendship: Yulia Munkoeva (the Republic of Buryatia)

Miss Press: Luo Lan (China)

Miss Talent: Polina Matveeva (Russia)

Miss Sympathy Award: Daria Radko (Ukraine)

The Institute for International Education and Language Communication (IIELC) congratulates the winners and the competitors and wishes them further success!


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