The competition aims to recognize and celebrate the spirit, intelligence, and talent of women from all corners of the globe, according to a representative.
The panel of judges includes esteemed figures such as Natalie Glebova, Miss Universe 2005, Mireia Lalaguna, Miss World 2015, Ikumi Yoshimatsu, Miss International 2012, and Mimi Morris, a Vietnamese billionaire.
Contestants from Myanmar, Pakistan, Malaysia, Cambodia, South Korea, Thailand, and Singapore were also present at the press conference.
The competition, originally planned for 2019 but postponed twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is expected to attract participants from approximately 40 to 50 countries and territories worldwide. The representative for Vietnam will be announced soon.
The eventual winner will receive a prize of US$100,000 in cash.