Mr. and Miss Chinatown Philippines 2013 Press Presentation

The official candidates for Mr and Miss Chinatown Philippines 2013 were officially presented to the members of media yesterday, May 21, at the Royale Sharksfin Seafood Restaurant in Binondo Manila.

16 gorgeous ladies and 15 handsome men made it to the final cut of the first ever search for Mr and Miss Chinatown Philippines. The pageant is a partnership of Miss Chinatown Foundation, Inc. and ABS-CBN Corporation. It is a very unique pageant that embodies the achievements of the modern Chinese-Filipino man and woman from the Chinese community of the country, to serve as a unifying event for Chinese-Filipino, to show the diversity of beauty in the Chinese- Filipino culture and to spearhead a new pageant rich in Chinese tradition and modern touches. “This pageant will redefine Fil-Chinese beauty and pave the way for better business relations, and realize cultural and artistic goals” said Alexis Sy Go, the national Director of the pageant. A culturally enriching beauty pageant that seeks to discover Chinese-Filipino talents who posses admirable traditional values but with very contemporary stance and projection and hone to be part of the next generation of stars in the Chinese entertainment industry. The Grand Coronation night will be on June 30, 2013 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila and to be telecast live on ABS_CBN.

The official candidates Miss Chinatown Philippines: Jerene Tan, Robylyn Kimberly Tan, Michelle marie Sy, Rolini Lim Pineda, Jamie Chua Reyes, Lhowelle Lyka Tan, Sheryl Elaine Chua, Samantha Jade Dy, Maricon Cho, Hannah Dy, Frances Elaine Cham, Kimberly Nicole Ang Mas, Aeryka Chua, Catrina Myka De Guzman Ang, Catherine Yao, Anna Patricia Baesa Tan. The official candidates for Mr. Chinatown Philippines 2013 Randy See, Oliver Chen, Glen Kevin Choa, Sydney Du, Jose Miguel Lasala, Alvis Lim, Jaime Maria Vicente Lim, John Christopher Sy, Bruce Willis Wo Sing, Arthur Emmanuel Tan, Frederick Jan Bee Tan, Jerome Edward Tan, Sheng-han Yang, Francis Kevin Yao, John Patrick Yap. Photos by Noli A. Berioso and Edmund Chua