I remember saying on TV One good morning show in New Zealand in the year 2012, that we hope one day it will be a global event; we are truly grateful to the hosting country the “Philippines” who approached us and believed in the concept also for making this event happen. We are so thrilled and truly honoured!
Diversity Culture does really matter, to bring love, unity and peace regardless of skin colour, nationality or culture!
A night to embrace our differences as an individual through beauty, fashion, entertainment with all nationalities of different ethnicities.
Wall of Diversity Culture International 2013 event.
What a great event it was and now officially a global event/competition!
A night that I saw mums and dads with tears of joy to see the growth & confidence changes in their daughters or sons.
One of the parents came to me after the event and gave me a big hug and prayed for me. I had tears of joy rolling down my eyes; I never knew I’d touched their lives, but it was definitely a great moment.
The audience laughed, smile and the entertainment right from the beginning of the show was just so great, No one got bored!
I never started this event for the money but for the passion & spreading love, peace across the globe!
I have invested personally into this monetary wise, and seeing people with tears of joy on that stage bring so much reward, and I knew I have done something right.
I’m not following anybody’s foot step or neither do I want to be regarded as one of the wannabes. I’m me, and nothing will change that. Enough of the negative talks as have had some people do in New Zealand it’s unprofessional.
Diversity culture does not have any monetary interest in the competition. It is all about creating a platform for the nationalities regardless of their skin colour, shapes or sizes.
One lovely afternoon, as I went out for a family trip, I received rather an interesting message from someone who I do actually don’t really give a toss about or whatever his believes are.
I think anybody that is against this concept is rather a racist or had their own personal issue.
As for me, I’m doing this with great passion, not to be a celebrity or to make money.
I’m a crowned beauty queen and a registered nurse for that matter, from a well-supported family and great background with my own business!
Creating this event for me means a lot than anything else! As I always say, if this event only happens ones, in the world final, I have spread the message and all I ever wished for.
My advice to those trying to do what they are passionate about, “You can do it” do not let any negative minded people pull you down!
Diversity Culture New Zealand segment will know longer take place, because I have relocated to Europe. The Philippines have approached me to host the event as a World final this year, and to me is a dream come through. Watch out for the world final in the Philippines starting from the 22nd November 2014 to 3rd December 2014.
For those thinking, it was cancelled for a certain reason, I guess I made it clear now.
New Zealand will always be my home and will always be.
I thank all the people that have supported me right from day one of the starting of the event in 2012, my family, my true friends, my sponsors and my true fans.
“As the saying goes, always surround yourself with great people that will not judge you but believe in your passion” follow your instinct.
So excited about what 2015 will bring.
Founder of Diversity Culture International : Bola Harpprecht.
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