PETALING JAYA – Tiffany Teh Yih Tyng will represent Malaysia at the Miss Chinese International Pageant (MCIP) in Hong Kong in February 2018.
The 21-year old Malaysian contestant is an undergraduate from Monash Melbourne University, majoring in accounting and finance. She is the first runner-up of Miss Astro Chinese International Pageant (Macip) 2017.
Born in Kuala Lumpur, Teh is an amazing dancer and has impressed the judges during the finals of Macip with her Rumba dance.
The performance also won her the subsidiary title of Miss Finesse and Miss Body Beautiful.
With the withdrawal of this year’s Macip champion Moon Tan Yue-Er, Teh is expected to carry out all official pageant duties including competing at the MCIP.
Organised by Hong Kong-based Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB), the Miss Chinese International Pageant is an annual event, well-known in Chinese community around the world.
Since its inception in 1988, MCIP has produced many successful and well-known artists including Michelle Reis, Anita Yuen, Christy Chung and Linda Chung.