Miss Asia Pacific International 2017 is on! The pioneering international beauty pageant in Asia and the Pacific officially announced the diverse beauty contenders. Together with the Philippine representative, Cebu’s Ilene De Vera will have a series of pre-pageant events around the world-class landmarks like the luxurious Sheridan Beach Resort and Spa in Puerto Princesa City. The gathering of the most stunning candidates is set to start with the candidates arrival in Manila on November 10.
Reigning Miss Asia Pacific International Tessa Helena Le Conge of the Netherlands will crown her next successor on the 29th of November at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila.
With its advocacy to promote appreciation of cultural, physical, and spiritual diversities, it is set to inspire women to be comfortable in their own color and to believe that their unique and distinct traits is one of the core individuality that make them uniquely beautiful.
Here’s a first glimpse of the second batch of MAPI bets :
Miss New Zealand – Acacia Walker
Miss Australia – Louisa Brown
Miss Costa Rica – Kimberley Porras Boza
Miss Lebanon – Soquad Hanna
Miss Russia – Viktoriya Dashieva
Miss South Korea – Hyeonjin Song
Miss France – Laura Deflandre
Miss Iceland – Donna Eunice Cruz
Miss Thailand – Lisa Suwannketkarn
Miss Nicaragua – Katering Medina
These international beauties aim to strengthen the major vision of MAPI in promoting “Beauty in Diversity”. That beauty exudes in various shapes, sizes, colors and ethnicity, regardless of race, belief and cultural barriers. A unique beauty advocacy and powerful crusade in the history of MAPI and beauty pageantry as a whole.
For more updates, you may check their website at http://www.asiapacificintl.com/ or follow Miss Asia Pacific International’s social media accounts (FB: Miss Asia Pacififc International, IG: @missasiapacificintl TW: @ms_asiapacific) (Pageant correspondent: Haidee P. Martin)