For Immediate Release
July 11, 2012
Teng headed to China to represent Canada at Miss World
Langley, B.C. – Local Resident and Miss World Canada 2012 Tara Teng leaves with anticipation on Saturday for Ordos, China for the 62nd Miss World competition. Teng will be in China from July 18 to August 18 competing for the global title to further her message of ending modern day slavery and hopes to bring the crown back to Canada for the first time in history.
The Miss World® Pageant is the oldest, and most watched pageant in the world with over two billion viewers. Miss World® has changed the lives of many children by raising over $500 million dollars globally. The Miss World® Pageant’s mandate is “Beauty with a purpose”. The pageant stresses the equal importance of inner and outer beauty. “I am honoured to represent Canada on the global stage at Miss World and truly hope my success is marked by my stand for the value and freedom of every human life,” says Teng. Teng expresses deep gratitude for all of her friends, family, leaders and others who have encouraged and supported her.
“Her determination and passion to continue making positive changes in the lives of people worldwide is inspiring!” said Miss World Canada chairman, Ike Lalji Lalji says that this is the first time in the history of the pageant that such a monumental contribution has been made by a titleholder. “We stand behind her and know that she is a great representative, not only for Canada but for the world!” concluded Lalji.
If you would like to support Teng in her effort, please visit www.facebook.com/MissWorldCanada , like the page and share. The likes on this page count towards Teng’s score and you can also follow her progress. “I am proud to represent my beautiful country of Canada to the world, either way- its time to make history!” concludes Teng.