Masna Gurung is Miss UK Nepal 2012 Contestant No. 9.

Masna Gurung – Miss UK Nepal 2012 Contestant  9

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Name: Masna Gurung

Age: 16

Height: 5’3”

Zodiac sign: Scorpio

Qualification: GCSE, Peer mentor

Hobbies and Interests: Dancing, Singing, cooking, poems, Art, clothings.

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Describe yourself in a line (only ten words): Ambitious, Quirky, Exciting, Outgoing, Challenger, Observer, Logical, Generous, Unique + Insightful

Why should you deserve the crown?

I do not want to show you the good side of why I should win allowing you to get the perfect illusion of myself, because growing up my mother taught me to allow people to see the real me and she always told me to ‘be real’, You start to realise how important it is to become thoughtful to not only yourself but others to.

So honestly I will be so empowered to be given the amazing crown of success, I would dedicate my life to this and I am not putting across that I am prefect and can do every this right and well, but I believe the with a bit of support I am able to adapt to make difference to other people which will allow me to seek for more change.

If you win the crown, what will be your contribution towards Nepal or Nepali Community in the UK?

In the Nepalese community in the UK there is a lot of disagreement on different groups of people which do not allow us to approach the government on the rightness we deserve in what hard work our fathers and before generations have put in to the country ; and I believe with just the agreement of every one will allow us to come together and unite stronger and fight for the real justices which has not been shared to us equally.

I would also love to volunteer my life in to charity work as if I was to be crowned I will be more than happy to put £700 in to charity of which focuses in giving poor kids of Nepal shelter, food, medication and a chance for education as I hope that the economy may help itself as the generation moves forwards and allow the new generations to realise its mistakes in moral life and to improve our developing country but this will be a very long process but it is worth the effort and wait .

P.S. with the £ 100 I promised my sister I was to buy her a piano if I was to win and I am not one to break promises.



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