Miss Kiddies Kaamatan

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17 is the minimum age required to join Unduk Ngadau (Miss Harvest Festival) Competition. On May 28, Central Shopping Plaza organised a Miss Kiddies Kaamatan Contest for the small girls. The eldest one is only 13 years old. I have seen so many Unduk Ngadau, so this contest is special coz it is “cute”. It was so fun to watch the small girls tried to act and dress like an adult.

Miss Kiddies Kaamatan
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The competition is not easier than the Unduk Ngadau Contest. Besides catwalk in round 1 and costume presentation in round 3, the girls needed to show their talent in 2nd round. Some sang and some danced, one of them did story-telling. One contestant even got two friends to help her in performing modern dance. No matter they won or not, the parents of these little girls were happily watching their pretty daughters in action.

Miss Kiddies Kaamatan
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My comment about the contestants? Of course my daughter is better than all of them (even though I still don’t have any son or daughter yet. In the future lah, haha..). Not sure if anyone will organise a beauty pageant for the senior citizens over 60 years old?

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2 thoughts on “Miss Kiddies Kaamatan

  1. i’ve seen it before, but till now i’m not sure if it’s a good idea to have kiddie unduk ngadau competitions. you know, it seems too much like parading the likes of Saaya Irie, that severely underaged Japanese temptress…

    as for unduk ngadau over 60, dont think that’s a good idea. for one, it definitely lacks the crowd pulling power, and secondly, Huminodun cannot be that old lah…..

  2. My advice to the authorof this site is please remove most of the pictures as i hate to see this as place where some sick phidophile will seek for. i condone this kind of competition especially for kids that not suppose to be exploit children this way especially female.

    As a Sabahan, you should not make this as one of your story where as Miss Unduk Ngadau is good enough to be one. The management is not matured enough to handle Unduk Ngadau so that’s why the opted for children to exploit them. I sense Central Shopping Plaza has been exploiting parents as they used their children to lure them inside the complex when there’s nothing much in the plaza can offer.

    Please do not misused the power in ur hand as u should know as a sabahan, we should be respected and proud of our culture…. this kiddies competition is NOT part of it!! Again, i pledge to the author to remove most of the pictures as i find it offensive.. and i do not wish the future tourist coming into Sabah, will make our children the victim. Don’t make Sabah as a destination like Thailand, Vietnam…

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