Just like what women claims, “there’s a warrior in them.” Stereotyping is women’s obstacle nowadays. Little did we know, this cause to limit women’s capacity to develop their personal abilities, pursue their personal careers, and even affects their decisions and choices.
For example, people think that when a woman joins a beauty pageant, she must represent a ladylike image of fair, feminine, and decorum. This makes a woman thinks low of herself because as a matter of fact, she can be more than what woman can be.
Miss World Japan recently took the attention of everyone not just because of her physical beauty, but for her lineage.
According to Inquirer Lifestyle, Miss World Japan 2018 Kanako Date was found to be a direct descendant of Date Masamune, lord of a powerful samurai clan during Japan’s feudal era, as reported by IT. Masamune, a legendary warrior, and leader, popularly known for his nickname “One-Eyed Dragon.”
Masamune is Date’s 21st great-grandfather who was a tactician who ruled the land near present-day Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture until his d***h in 1636. He is the iconic one-eyed Japanese character who lost his one eye after he lost the other to smallpox when he was a child.
Miss World Japan has the ability to s***t arrows, can speak six languages (English, French, German, Korean, Japanese and Italian), ski, swim and play Japanese string instrument called koto. Aside from those, the fourth year law student is also popular with her singing talent.
On November 28, Date received a standing ovation from the judges and the audience with her rendition of “Vissi d’Arte”, a soprano aria from act two of the opera “Tosca” by Giacomo Puccini, during the Miss World 2018 talent portion in China.
Meanwhile, let’s not also forget the representative of the Philippines, Katarina Rodriguez. The Miss World 2018 pageant will be on December 8.
Watch the video below:
Miss World | 2018 | TALENT CONGRATULATIONS WINNER | JAPAN Kanato DATE of Japan gave a spellbounding performance of Puccini’s opera Tosca, the aria: Vissi d’Artev.The judges and auditorium were in awe of the performance, which received a standing ovation. Japan has now secured a place in the Final of Miss World 2018 and joins Top Model Winner France to compete for the crown.Highlights from this phenomenal night will follow …..#missworld #mw2018 #mwo #mw2018haikou #mw2018sanya #mw2018china #missmundo #missworldt #talent #entertainment
Posted by Miss World on Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Source: Inquirer Lifestyle