Vietnam’s Trinh Bao Wins 2018 Mister International

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Trinh Bao from Vietnam was recently crowned the winner of 2018 Mister International.

 

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Mister International 2018 is Trinh Bao from Vietnam. 🇻🇳

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The Sunday’s event, which is a competition for “distinctly handsome” men from around the world, was held at the One Esplanade at the Mall of Asia complex in Pasay City, Philippines, according to local outlet Inquirer.

 

Bao won a bronze medal at the Vietnam Supermodel 2018 contest, besting 38 other participants in the competition to take home the title.

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VOTE FOR YOUR MISTER INTERNATIONAL There are three ways to vote: INSTAGRAM 1. “Follow” the Official Mister International Instagram Page. 2. “Like” your favorite contestant’s photo in the Official Mister International Instagram Page. FACEBOOK 1. “Like” the Official Mister International Facebook Page. 2. “Like” your favorite contestant’s photo in this Facebook album ONLY. 3. “Share” your favorite contestant’s photo in this album with #MisterInternational. TWITTER 1. “Follow” the Official Mister International Twitter Page. 2. “Like” your favorite contestant’s photo in the Official Mister International Twitter Page. 3. “Retweet” your favorite contestant’s photo in the Official Mister International Twitter Page with #MisterInternational. The contestant with the most number of votes that fulfills these criteria automatically advances into the semifinals. VOTING ENDS February 24, 11:59am, Manila time.

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Hailing from Haiphong City, Vietnam, Bao stands at 1.84 meters (6 feet) tall and weighs 80 kilograms (176 pounds).

The recent competition is still considered the 2018 edition despite the event taking place in 2019.

The 2018 Mister International was supposed to be hosted by another country, but unforeseen problems caused massive delay to the event. Therefore, international organizers decided to bring the competition to the Philippines, said Prime Events Productions Philippines (PEPPS) Foundation lead Carlo Morris Galang.

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It was said in the report that the delegates participated in several activities throughout the event that ran for more than one week.

Featured image via Instagram and YouTube / trinhbao444 (left) and Sáng Hoàn vũ Blogger (right)

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