Little Girl From Taiwan Wins Halloween With Epic ‘Spirited Away’ Costume

Little Girl From Taiwan Wins Halloween With Epic ‘Spirited Away’ Costume

November 1, 2016
Momo Lu is a 2-year-old girl from Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Last Friday, her Kindergarten class held a costume party for Halloween.
When Momo’s mother, Elmo Chen, asked her what she wanted to be for Halloween, she replied that she wanted to be No-Face from the Hayao Miyazaki film “Spirited Away.
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“Who do you want to go as for Halloween?”
“Do you like No-Face the most?”
No-Face is a spirit in “Spirited Away” and ingests other individuals to gain their personality and physical traits.
In a Facebook post, Chen said that her daughter’s costume at school was so good that it made some of her classmates cry.
The post, which was translated by BuzzFeed, reads: “The Halloween party that Momo has been waiting for for ages is finally here. She said Zai Zai (her classmate) would be so scared that she’ll cry! No-Face is alone. When Momo walked into the classroom, no one recognized her, and her friends actually started crying. After school, the best part was when we went to the shop and left with a basket filled with candy and walked around the shops. Her face paint started coming off, but what a happy day. Momo even said she is looking forward to next Halloween. Happy Halloween, everyone…”
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