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She grew up in the slums, her mother swept the streets.  A moving story of a Thai beauty

She grew up in the slums, her mother swept the streets. A moving story of a Thai beauty

Anna Sueangam-iam received the title of the most beautiful woman in Thailand. The story of her life is a ready-made script for a film. Miss Thailand shared a touching story about her childhood. She grew up in the slums of Bangkok.

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According to data from 2021, 6.3 percent. Thailand’s population lives below the poverty line, i.e. on less than $2 a day. It is estimated that around 100,000 people live in the Klong Toey slums in Bangkok. people. This is where Anna Sueangam-iam, who won the title of the most beautiful woman in the country, was raised. She recently shared a touching story about her childhood.

She helped her mother by scrubbing public toilets

When she was a child, she was nicknamed “Miss Trash”, now Anna Sueangam-iam is crowned the most beautiful woman in Thailand. Despite the luxury she can afford, she has not forgotten where she comes from. “I grew up in a garbage heap,” she admitted during the Miss Universe competition. Her personal story touched the hearts of people around the world.

Anna’s father was a garbage collector, her mother swept the streets. Together they tried to make ends meet, living in the poorest district of Bangkok. Little Anna repeatedly combed through trash cans looking for bottles that she could sell later. Every day was a struggle to earn any money.

As a teenager, Miss Thailand helped her mother by scrubbing public toilets. She donated blood every six months to have something to eat. Sometimes she managed to dig out the trash that had been thrown away by the local nuns. Then the family feasted. Although the dream of the Miss World title was very distant at that time, she was not afraid to talk about it. Until her peers started calling her “Miss Trash”.

She told a story with her clothes

Anna, who was trying to win the title of Miss World, appeared at the competition in a dress made of beverage cans. “I was inspired by the environment I grew up in. My parents collected garbage, I grew up among piles of recyclable materials,” she wrote in one of her Instagram posts. She also emphasized that sometimes what the world considers worthless has a hidden beauty. A Thai woman received the Wayv Impact Award as a social influencer.

Source: Gazeta

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