Jacqueline Wong will replace Carat Cheung as Miss Hong Kong World 2013.
Jacqueline Wong, Miss Hong Kong World 2013. Photo credit: Jacqueline Wong fanpage.
Jacqueline Wong is the new Miss Hong Kong World 2013
Jacqueline Wong, the first runner-up in Miss Hong Kong national pageant, will represent the island at the upcoming Miss World 2013 pageant in Indonesia this September, 28. Carat Cheung, the national winner, who turned 25 was no longer eligible for Miss World.
Miss Hong Kong World 2013 Jacqueline Wong is 24 years old and stands 1.63 m.
Jacqueline Wong is 24 years old and stands 1.63 m. A graduate from the University of British Columbia, Jacqueline is currently working as a TV Anchor.
According to her bio in the Miss World Website, Jacqueline was born in New York City but grew up in Vancouver before returning home to Hong Kong, where she is studying for a masters’ degree in Business Administration. Studying Chinese dance for 12 years, Jacqueline is a skilled performer, and currently works as a TV presenter. Her aspirations are to become a successful actress to bring a positive influence to her audience, with hopes of developing into an entrepreneur in her later life. In her spare time she enjoys snowboarding and basketball, she has an appreciation of cars, and her favourite band is Aerosmith.
I grew up in Vancouver, Canada watching ice hockey, playing with cars, and building toy models, so I guess I wasn’t an ordinary girly girl. At age 11, I started learning Chinese dance, and that was when I started becoming more lady-like and totally fell in love with dancing. I also love to act, sing, travel, and fashion design. I am outgoing, energetic, keen to learn, and love to smile! I live by the motto “You only live once”. I am really looking forward to this Miss World Pageant experience, and to tell you more about Hong Kong!