Young delegates sparkle at World Festival of Youth and Students

Thursday, 2017-10-19 09:20:30
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Vietnamese female delegates charming people with Ao Dai (traditional Vietnamese long dress). (Credit: NDO)
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NDO – With almost 30,000 participants from 188 countries from across the globe, the ongoing 19th World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi, Russia, has become the world's largest event of its kind ever. The beauty of the culture and people of each country is clearly expressed through the female delegates attending the festival.

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The traditional palm-leaf conical hat and Ao Dai are the attractive beauty that appeals to many of the international friends that have visited the "Solidarity Pavilion" by the Vietnamese delegation over the last few days at the festival.

A female member of the Mongolian delegation.



A friendly Iraqi female at an exchange.



Belarus has one of the most eye-catching stalls at the festival and the Belarusian female delegates are always friendly, welcoming and willing to take pictures with the international friends visiting their booth.



The Democratic People's Republic of Korea’s delegates participate in the festival with a range of activities, featuring a parade, a "unity stall" and a handicraft fair.

Kuwaiti delegates promote their country and people.



Middle Eastern beauty of a female delegate from Tajikistan.



Kyrgyzstani females in their traditional costumes.

Azerbaijani delegates prepare for their collective dance. The show attracted hundreds of delegates from the participating countries at the event.

Two female Lao delegates exchanging information.

Palestine is also a frequent participant at the festival.



Two female Turkish delegates prepare for their performances introducing their national culture.



The festival offers a chance for young delegates and students to confidently showcase their talents and beauty to their international friends.

LINH PHAN
From Sochi, Russia