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Miss Chinese International Pageant 2001

Miss Chinese International Pageant 2001
Date January 20, 2001
Presenters Carol Cheng, Vincent Kok
Entertainment Alan Tam, Elva Hsiao, Edison Chen, Ding Fei Fei
Venue TVB City, Hong Kong
Broadcaster TVB
Entrants 20
Placements 5
Winner Bernice Liu
Vancouver,  Canada

Miss Chinese International Pageant 2001 was held on January 20, 2001 in Hong Kong. At the end of the pageant, Bernice Liu of Vancouver, Canada was crowned the 13th Miss Chinese International. This was the first of five victories for the Canadian city. Prior to this, Vancouver has never placed higher than 2nd runner up.

Pageant information

The theme to this year's pageant is "The Gathering of Cosmopolitan Treasure, The Brightness of Eastern Pearl" 「名都瑰寶滙聚 東方明珠生輝」. The Masters of Ceremonies were Carol Cheng and Vincent Kok. Special performing guests were cantopop singers Alan Tam, Edison Chen, Ding Fei Fei and mandopop singer Elva Hsiao.

Results

Placement Contestant City Represented Country Represented
Miss Chinese International 2001 Bernice Liu 廖碧兒 Vancouver  Canada
1st Runner-Up Jennifer Huang 黃以白 Montréal  Canada
2nd Runner-Up Vivian Lau 劉慧蘊 Hong Kong  Hong Kong
Top 5 Finalists Cassandra Hugh 丘嘉萍
Allysa Law 劉曉萍
Chicago
Kuala Lumpur
 USA
 Malaysia

Special awards

  • Miss Friendship: Hsin-Ting Chiang 江欣婷 (Taipei)
  • Miss Cosmopolitan: Bernice Liu 廖碧兒 (Vancouver)
  • Miss Internet Goodwill: Mandy Chen 陳育嬬 (Brisbane)
  • Miss Talent: Bernice Liu 廖碧兒 (Vancouver)

Contestant list

No. Contestant Name Represented City Represented Country Age
1 Genevieve SIAO 蕭真妮 Manila  Philippines 21
2 Jennifer HUANG 黃以白 Montréal  Canada 18
3 Calista NG 黃寶麗 Singapore  Singapore 22
4 Valerie FOO 傅美儀 San Francisco  USA 25
5 Cissy WANG 汪詩詩 Toronto  Canada 19
6 Melissa LEONG 梁珊妮 Sydney  Australia 23
7 Vivian LAU 劉慧蘊 Hong Kong  Hong Kong 22
8 Bernice LIU 廖碧兒 Vancouver  Canada 22
9 Cassandra HUGH 丘嘉萍 Chicago  USA 23
10 Caroline VONZY 黃美玲 Tahiti  French Polynesia 18
11 Daisy LAM 林翠碧 Seattle  USA 23
12 Allysa LAW 劉曉萍 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 24
13 Nawanun ANOMA 林愛雯 Bangkok  Thailand 22
14 Tsin-Ting CHIANG 江欣婷 Taipei  Chinese Taipei 21
15 Amanda BOLL 保采芬 Melbourne  Australia 19
16 Lilly HUA 許莉莉 Calgary  Canada 19
17 Ming ZHAO 趙明 New York  USA 19
18 Katy WANG 王媞 Los Angeles  USA 18
19 Pingguo ZHAN 詹萍果 Honolulu  USA 24
20 Mandy CHEN 陳育嬬 Brisbane  Australia 24

Mandy Chen & Edison Chen scandal

The delegate representing Brisbane, Australia, (20) Mandy Chen 陳育嬬, became entangled in a photo scandal with one of the pageant's performers Edison Chen, when suspected nude pictures of Mandy Chen engaging in sexual acts, along with pictures of other Hong Kong female celebrities surfaced in early 2008.[1] During the pageant, Edison Chen has stated that Mandy Chen is his favourite delegate. [2] Mandy Chen has yet to comment on the incident.

References

  1. ^ China News Article Dated February 7, 2008 - In Chinese Retrieved May 4, 2009.
  2. ^ DWNews Article Dated February 6, 2008 - In Chinese Retrieved May 4, 2009.

External links

Johnny's Pageant Page - Miss Chinese International Pageant 2001

Official Webpage

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