The two-day Cosplay competition organized by Arunachal Cosplay Club concluded at Dera Natung Govt College Auditorium on Sunday.
Mechukha MLA Pasang Dorjee Sona praising the organizer for conducting the competition in a grand manner, he said, “Cosplay is a unique form of performing art, where not only tailoring but also many more skills like crafting, creativity, performing skills, stage presentation are required.”
Cosplay also helps youngsters improve communication skills, he said, and assured his all possible help if the team Arunachal gets selected for World Cosplay Summit 2016.
AAPSU Spokesperson Tanya Agu also appreciated the organizer and said that the Cosplay can not only help the youths to develop their skills, but also distract their minds from anti social activities.
Both Sona and Agu congratulated Junu Pinggam and Gichik Chichi on their preliminary selection for Cosplay tournament in Mumbai for representing the country at World Cosplay Summit-2016 scheduled to be held in Nagoya, Japan from July 30 to August 7.
ABK Youth Wing, chief patron, Mongol Yomso, who attended the second day of competition, exhorted the cosplayers to strive to become good citizen and contribute in the nation building activities while keeping up their noble endeavour to promote cosplay.
Later, he gave away prizes to the winners.
Gichik Chichi emerged winner of the competition for her character as Kurumi from date a live while Mudang Nomo as Naruto and Samuel Yaying as Sasukro from Naruto got the first and second runner up prizes.
Chakbi Lombi as Ikaros from Sora no atashi mano and Pipi as Katrina Kitty Cat from Lol were adjudged best craftsman of the competition while Miti Taboh as Bao Hanko from one pecie won the most popular cosplayer.