Miss Hong Kong 2013 is heir to multi-million-dollar property

3 September 2013 / 3 years 1 month ago
Despite being far from the tallest girl in the line-up, fan-favourite Grace Chan has been crowned 2013's Miss Hong Kong.

She secured some 170,000 votes, putting her well ahead of runner-up Sisley Choi who earned 110,000.

Winner Grace, 22-years-old, is a college graduate and was early favorite in the pageant, reports TVB News World.

In the Miss Hong Kong semifinals on August 25, Grace was among the five contestants chosen by the audience.

She also bagged the Miss Photogenic and Tourism Ambassador award, as well as Audience’s Current Favorite and Media’s Favorite at earlier functions.

Grace aspires to become a successful television presenter and artist.

Celebrity voter Eric Tsang asked her about her wealthy background, teasing that she lives in a 5,000 square feet home that is reported to be be a multi-million dollar property.

Grace stressed the big home belongs to her grandmother and that her family isn't well off. Grace's ambition is to become a TV program host and a successful artist.

After her comes Virginia Lau from Beijing, followed by Vicky Chan.

A total of 530,000 votes were cast in the contest, fifty percent of which were from professional and celebrity judge evaluations, while the last fifty percent were from the audience.

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