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August 21, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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 Miss Fiji School of Nursing walked away with the Best Talent award during the fifth night of the 2012 Fiji Hibiscus at Albert Park in Suva.

20-year-old Timaima Drawaqa, a second year nursing student performed a fusion of contemporary music with traditional dance moves as part of her talent.

She used her dancing talent to portray a strong message- overcoming stress and non-communicable diseases through dancing and a healthy lifestyle.

A constant but flawless performer, Drawaqa took the crowd by surprise when she started dancing with her traditional Fijian attire to the rhythm of modern beats.

The chief guest for the Youth night was the Minister for Women and Social Welfare, Dr Jiko Luveni. She reiterated on the importance of the role of a women in today’s society.

All the 15 contestants portrayed mesmerizing performances and entertained the crowd, some also swiped the crowds off their feet.

Meanwhile, the Indian dancing trope from India, Matrix had their first performance in Fiji at the Hibiscus tent today. More performances from the group is expected in the coming days as they would be performing around the country.

Tomorrow is the Bollywood night together with Kings talent at the Bank of Baroda tent.

By Indrani Krishna

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