Rita Lamah ريتا لمع
Do You guys still remember Rita Lamah? the beautiful 2nd Runner up in Miss Lebanon 2003 has married and moved to Japan. But lets refresh our memory of this gorgeous woman alive RITA LAMAH!
Rita Lamah on the Left - Marie Jose Hnein - Leen Sleiman (right)Rita Lamah was 21 years old when she participated Miss Lebanon 2003 pageant, her birthdate is 18th april and her parents is Lamah and Josephine. She completed her secondary school at Zahrat El Ihsan and she studied Hotel Management. Rita Lamah was working as a TV Presenter in Lebanon, she speaks French, English, Arabic and she enjoys travelling, swimming, photo modeling and reading.
Picture Gallery of Rita Lamah Wedding
Q: How long have you been in Japan?
Rita Lamah: Since last summer. Before coming, I googled Japan, and the very first hit was www.metropolis.co.jp.
Q: What did you do in Lebanon?
Rita Lamah Hankach : I have been doing modeling and TV work for commercials and magazine covers all my life. I did my first TV commercial when I was 7. I was a runner-up in the Miss Lebanon contest in 2003; I was Face of the Year in 2006 in a beauty pageant called Beauty Night. Prior to coming to Japan last summer, I had been a TV presenter for seven years. My last program was a live entertaining musical program broadcast on satellite.
Q: How about the fashion industry?
Rita Lamah Hankach: I have worked with Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad as a marketing and communication manager, between Paris and Beirut, for almost three years. I’d like to have his line sold in Japan, so I have been spending my time here making connections for that.
Q :Have you been involved in the Miss Universe Japan contest?
Rita Lamah Hankach: I served as a judge for the semifinalists for Miss Universe Japan 2008. It was fun.
Q : Some people criticize beauty pageants as being degrading to women. What do you think?
Rita Lamah Hankach : Beauty pageants have a role to play. Girls are trained to represent their country anywhere in the world even if they don’t have a title. It’s a very positive thing.
Q : What do you think of Japanese women’s fashion?
Rita Lamah Hankach : In general, they are really stylish, elegant and very feminine. But I think the gothic fashion look among young girls at Harajuku is weird. They look like vampires.
Q : What is one of the strangest things you have seen in Japan?
Rita Lamah Hankach : People falling asleep on the train, even when they are standing up… and then they automatically wake up when they come to their station.