This is a good news for those young girls in Malaysia that Malaysian women have praised Carey Ng and her victory on Monday in the Miss Universe Malaysia pageant. Carey Ng, a 23-year old architectural studies graduate who thinks of herself as ‘a nerd’, proved herself confidence and became victorious, being crowned Miss Universe Malaysia 2013.
The first runner up was Natalia Ng, Second runner up was May Salitah meanwhile Symren Kaur was named as the third runner up at Setia City Convention Centre last night. The beauty emerged as the winner of Miss Universe Malaysia 2013 during one of the year’s most exciting events of the year which pageant fans had been waiting on for months.
Carey said after win the crown, “It’s something I never thought would happen to me. This pageant has been some sort of a benchmark for me because I wanted to prove to myself that I can be confident.”
Later, she thanked her fans and supporters on her Facebook fan-page and expressed her feelings, “Thanks to those who believed in me. And to those who didn’t get why I won, I assure you the girls you’ve supported were all winners. They have been great competitors and queens in their own beautiful way. That will never change.”
The 23-year-old Kuala Lumpur lass Carey will represent Malaysia in the Miss Universe 2013 pageant next year. As the winner, she will receive a RM500,000 pearl tiara as Miss Universe Malaysia, but she also received a full scholarship to Limkokwing University and RM48,000 cash.
As an architectural graduate, she would like to use her influence garnered from the pageant to reach out to post-disaster and poverty stricken areas which are particularly underprivileged and unequipped with basic living conditions.
National Director of Miss Universe Malaysia Organization, Andrea Fonseka spoke on the collaboration; “MUMO 2013 stands out as being the only pageant offering platforms for success for not only the winner of the pageant but for all the finalists especially via the scholarship program generously supported by the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology. The University has recently been named Malaysia’s University of Innovation by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, and has also been awarded as one of Asia’s leading Universities’ by QS Apple and we are pleased to have worked with them in providing this opportunity to all finalists.”