Miss Earth Sabah 2012 Finalists
By now, most of you, Sabahans have probably heard about, seen, or for the guys, dropped your jaws when you saw the 12 beauties that were selected to compete against each other to be the voice of Sabah in making the world a better place. And in this case, to make the world greener and healthier.
Personally, I prefer to see the girls… or should I say, ladies as not competing but working with each other and I think all of them are already winners. They were chosen for specific reasons, right? And each of them, I’m sure, have their own strongest point which can compliment the other finalists. Wouldn’t it be great if there is not just one representative of Sabah’s mother nature but a whole 12 of them? And they would travel around Sabah and why not the world too and constantly promoting healthy activities and giving awesome speeches that can be the trigger for people to act for the environment.
They would be the Power Rangers of Sabah. Except that they are two times more in numbers, and instead of killing monsters and destroying buildings, they’ll protect the environment. They also wouldn’t wear black, pink, red, or yellow, but only green outfits. And I would call them The Green Dozen. Wakakaa.
Well, that’s just what I think. And be that silly thought as it may, the competition still needs a winner, yes? So, here are them babes… oops, sorry. Typo. I mean, here are the Miss Earth Sabah 2012 finalists.
Daphne Fay W. Santor
5’5, 22 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because I want to be the role model and ambassador that advocates environmental awareness and other global issues not only in Sabah but to the world . To make people realise about how important it is to preserve our environment and to help teach and educate young people especially children to love and care our mother nature more for better future generations.
Carolren Vinnie Yong
5’2, 21 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because I have a big heart to preserve the environment. I want to be the catalyst that change people’s mind to care more about the environment. I believe that in everything that we do towards our Mother Earth and all living things, we should put love above all. If there is love in all that we do, all things will be good.
Chan Hui Ching
5’4, 25 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because I believe Earth is sick now and we have the responsibility to save our earth from dangerous. Nature brings life for us, therefore, no nature, no us. If I won the title, I will try my best to spread the news to everyone, so that everyone will cooperate to make the earth healthy. A slogan for all, ‘ Stop Pollution, Save Our Earth Together’
Isabelle Ng Yuin Yuen
5’6, 22 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because to me, to be Miss Earth Sabah 2012 is my job. And I say job because saving the earth is a responsibility, a challenging work and a commitment. I am dedicated to the mission of saving our only planet we have. We do not inherit the planet from our ancestors, but we borrow it from our children. our children deserve to enjoy the beauty of our mother nature. to me, everyday is earth day and I just want to do my job, this is why I think I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012.
Frederica Fabian Peter
5’5, 22 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah because I am a very
ambitious person and I believe that the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams ‘. In my dream and career, I love to give opportunity and let the new generation especially the children to show their talent and care about the environment. I want to groom them to be beautiful inside out so little by little, they will learn many things and save this wonderful planet we live called ‘Earth’.
Grace Chang Siew Ling
5’7, 19 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because I will do what it takes to make sure all the environmental campaign and green activities to roll smoothly.I am outspoken and I believe I could reach for the public and let my voice to be heard, and my actions to be set as an example to for everyone to preserve the beautiful gift that has been endowed to us – Mother Earth.
Deidre Ann Walker
5’8, 18 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because the duties of a Miss Earth is for a lifetime. To me, Mount Kinabalu is my tower of strength and the longest river in Sabah ‘The Kinabatangan’ represents courage to overcome life’s hurdles. As mother nature never fails me, I will strive to take care of it.
Christini Loo Ai Ling
5’4, 21 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because I have a dream. Throughout my life I have been involved in many events and campaigns to save our environment and mother nature. However, the impact was limited. And if I continue doing what I did the impact would be the same. But, if I won this title I would inspire many people out there especially our young generations. Doing the same things with this title, will have a very big impact. Because now it is not only my dream but all of us.
Tatiana Rudolf J Millip
5’6, 18 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because I am dedicated in achieving my goals and not the type of person who takes leadership and responsibilities lightly especially when it comes in benefiting all of us. Hence, I’m willing to assist and to be the ‘mobilizer’ in revamping the current condition of the environment that Sabah is facing today.
Joanna Marie Faurillo
5’3, 20 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah 2012 because I would want to be a role model to the society to heal our dying world. Firstly, to help promote the conservation of our beautiful forest and encourage our present government to plant more trees & greenery in our city. Secondly, work together with the authorities in curbing the emitting of gasses that is harmful to the environment. Thirdly, to propose that ‘Everyday is a NO Plastic Bag day’ this way we could lessen the pollution rate, be it land, water or air. This is because plastic bags are known to be the one of the biggest contribution to pollution in our state. It could be tangible or non-tangible but both brings negativity to us.
Affy Jackleyinda Entawin
5’3, 21 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah because if I win this title, it belongs to mother nature, not me. The most important thing is to participate in each and every single of activities in this pageant for the sake of environment.
Xandria Ban Kah Yee
5’7, 18 years old
I should win Miss Earth Sabah because I am willing to help in whatever way to preserve our polluted environment and to be a role model on this because I strongly believe every little effort from everyone can contribute hugely towards saving our mother earth from being destroyed. I hope by carrying this Miss Earth Sabah title on my shoulder, I can have a platform to carry out events or activities which can educate the public on the importance of protecting our planet.
You can read more about them in their official FB page at Miss Earth Sabah Official Page.
Also, the ladies will join a few events before the Grand Coronation Night and two of the announced events are the Green Charity Zumba Party and NO PLASTIC BAG challenge.
1) Green Charity Zumba Party
The 8th June event is held to give aid to the OutreachRural Education Programme (ORED) and in the event, people can meet the finalists in action along with Ms Lolee Lopez who will be the official Zumba fitness instructor for Miss Earth Sabah 2012. Tickets are selling at only RM25 and if you’re lucky enough, you’ll be able get free tickets to have seats at the Grand Coronation Night on June 16.
As you can see, not only will you be able to zumba with the 2012 finalists, but also with the 2010 and 2011 finalists of Miss Earth Sabah. And of course, including special appearances by May Salitah (Miss Earth Sabah 2010) and Olivia Vun (Miss Earth Sabah 2011).
2) NO PLASTIC BAG Challenge
Officially announced on @MissEarthSabah, they will hold a No Plastic Bag Challenge among the finalists at Giant Hypermarket City Mall, on the 11th of June, starting at 5pm.
I have no clue whatsoever of what kind of challenge is such but it usually means buying stuff without the use of plastic bags. I was also thinking that maybe it’s a challenge of who can carry the most groceries without the use of bags. That would be a really fun event, right? Jaz kidin.
That’s it for now. I’m looking forward to seeing pictures of the zumba party. Not that I wanna see them, but, you know, nevermind… wakakaa.
Oya, do share which of these contestants are your fav, ya.
And as usual, have a great Tuesday, everyone!