Twenty five finalists of Miss Earth Malaysia were treated to a 6-course fine-dining dinner at STG boutique café, Ipoh on Friday, July 31.
Present were franchisee and organiser of the beauty pageant, Miss Choong May Teng from STAR Avenue Production and Alvin Wan Thean Yew, Director of STG.
The Miss Earth Malaysia contest focuses on creating environmental awareness with emphasis on environmental-related programmes besides promoting local tourist destinations.
One of the contestants, Miss Emily Lee, a 19-year-old Ipohite who loves dancing and reading disclosed this to Ipoh Echo, “I wish to be a representative to advocate and influence the community to save Mother Earth together.”
“As a past winner, I feel first impressions are very important. So I hope they can nail it. I too hope these earth warriors could smile more and do their best for the country,” said Miss Josephine Tan, Miss Earth (Malaysia) 2013, who was the guest host of the night of glitz and gourmet delights, when asked for her precious advice for the girls. Miss Emily Chung, a 171 cm-tall student from Sabah, won the Miss Glamour Look title.
During the grand finale on Sunday, August 9 at the ballroom of Syeun Hotel, Ipoh, Miss Danielle Wong, a student of Business Administration from Malacca, was crowned Miss Earth (Malaysia) 2015.