Mr. and Ms. Chinatown 2018: #BeautyinDiverCHIty


Fil-Chi Media Productions Inc., a lifestyle and television production company that aims to promote the Chinese culture as well as bridge the Chinese and Filipino communities through its weekly TV program, Chinoy TV on ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC), together with Miss Chinatown Foundation, officially launched this year’s Mr. and Ms. Chinatown to formally commence the two-month journey towards of the pageant campaign towards the Coronation Night on September 2 at MOA Arena.

This year’s Mr. and Ms. Chinatown Philippines is presented by Tak Chun Group, co-presented by the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc., and proudly organized by Chinoy TV, Miss Chinatown Foundation and ABS-CBN.

Mr. and Ms. Chinatown is the country’s premier beauty pageant that spearheads the promotion of the unique fusion of the Chinese and Filipino cultures since 2013 through the dedicated and progressive Chinoy youth.

Chinoy TV together with Tak Chun Group and Miss Chinatown Foundation brings in a bigger and bolder vision through its theme: #BeautyindiverCHIty. The competition aims to share a collection of different stories of Modern Chinoys who are moving out the stereotypes while still being tied close to their roots.

This year, Mr. and Ms. Chinatown will be represented by 28 young Chinoys: 14 male and 14 female candidates from different sectors of the community. These candidates will be competing in different pre-pageant activities such as the Press Presentation on August 8, Fashion Show on August 15, Cultural Costume Presentation on August 19, Talent Competition on August 26, etc. Culminating the competition is the coronation night that will showcase the best in fitness, glamour and intellect.

A delayed telecast of the Coronation Night will be aired on September 9 exclusively after Sunday’s Best on ABS-CBN for its 5th year.

For more details and updates, like “Mr. and Ms. Chinatown Philippines” on Facebook and follow @mrmschinatownph on Instagram.

Fashion Show August 15, 2018, 4:00PM to 5:00PM Robinson’s Place Manila
Cultural Costume Competition August 19, 2018, 4:00PM to 5:00PM Resort’s World Manila
Talent Competition August 26 2017, 4:00PM to 5:00PM Lucky Chinatown Mall Atrium

Finally, on the 2nd September 2018 at The SM MOA Arena, we will witness the biggest celebration of individuality, unity and diversity on the Mr. and Miss Chinatown 2018 Coronation Night. And we are in hopes that this year’s Miss Chinatown will bring home the Miss Chinese International 2019 crown. The winners of Mr. and Ms. Chinatown grand winners and runners-up will receive Php. 200,000.00, Php. 100,000.00, and Php. 50,000.00 worth of cash and prizes, respectively.

Watch out for the Grand Coronation Night to be aired on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best on September 9!

Mr. and Miss Chinatown 2018 is brought to you by Chinoy TV, Miss Chinatown Foundation, together with this year’s title sponsor, Tak Chun Group; and co-presented by the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc.

About Fil-Chi Media Productions (Chinoy TV)

Fil-Chi Media Productions Incorporated is the company behind the premier Chinese-Filipino lifestyle magazine show, Chinoy TV, which features Chinese heritage and how it harmonizes with the Filipino culture. It is committed to promoting both cultures by highlighting the Chinese-Filipino lifestyle to its viewers and is the only show that caters directly to the community. Hosted by Chris Tiu, Willord Chua and Valerie Tan, Chinoy TV studies Metro Manila as well as the rest of the Philippines for the most useful and entertaining stories of people, food places, sports, fashion, health, travel, and the latest lifestyle news – incorporated into a 60-minute episode that airs every Sunday from 10 to 11 AM on Living Asia Channel and PTV4.

About Miss Chinatown Foundation

The Miss Chinatown Foundation was created primarily to promote awareness among the Filipino Chinese community about the beauty and richness of the Chinese culture and its language. This is implemented through organizing activities that involve members of the Chinese-Filipino communities and train them to become role models of today’s generation. The foundation also has an advocacy to aid those in need by way of activities promoting education, health and wellness. It continues to expand its roster of partner beneficiaries with each event and activity to reach out to more communities.