Ever since the EBU announced the launch of the Asia-Pacific version of the Eurovision Song Contest (Eurovision Asia) the fans have had many questions regarding the contest.
On the 18th of August, the entire Eurovision community was in for a treat. The EBU delighted us with the information that their latest Eurovision project would be branching out into Asia.
In addition to that, they stated that around 20 countries will compete to be the first ever winner of the Asia-Pacific version of the contest.
Where Europe and Asia meet – Eurovision Asia
Bringing the classic Eurovision format to Asia seems like a very interesting venture for the EBU. The established formula of gathering music combined with Asia’s rich cultural diversity will certainly leave the fans wanting more.
Given these facts, there isn’t a better way to CELEBRATE DIVERSITY than learning more about foreign cultures through the art of music.
⇒You can learn more about the specifics of the contest here.⇐
Host Country POLL
Rather than predicting the possible competing countries and the artists we want to see as representatives, we ask our readers a very simple question:
Make sure your voice is heard by sharing your host country pick with the #EurovisionAsia hashtag on all social media AND leave us your wish for a host city or a venue in the comment section below.