Sunday, June 25, 2017

Tin Sandar Myo Wins Miss Earth Myanmar 2017

Miss Earth Myanmar 2017 Tin Sandar Myo

Tin Sandar Myo in her swimwear portrait. 

Newly-crowned Miss Earth Myanmar 2017 Tin
Sandar Myo. 
A law student from Yangon School of Political Science was crowned Miss Earth Myanmar 2017 last night during a hotly-contested grand coronation finale at the National Theater of Yangon, Myanmar. Tin Sandar Myo who is also a professional model bested 29 other Burmese ladies during the competition. 

Tin is 5'7.5" tall and will be representing the Land of the Golden Pagodas (Myanmar) in the upcoming Miss Earth 2017 beauty pageant which will staged at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines on November 4th.

Does she have what it takes to win the Miss Earth crown? 

Looking at the still images, Tin seems to be the strongest delegate Myanmar has ever sent so far in any major pageants. She has the desirable physical features and the height which are essential to stand out in the sea of beauties. What she needs is to pull off the right styling suited for the competition. Her presentation skills and pasarela should also be on point. 

Aside from the physical aspect, Tin is an intellectual beauty. She has three major in the university. Apart from studying law, she has also studied Business Management as well as English Literature so Tin's English communication skills wouldn't be a problem. As we all know in Miss Earth, the ability to express ones thoughts in different environmental issues using the universal language has been proven to carry a significant weight in choosing the next Earth Ambassador. 

In a nutshell, Tin Sandar Myo is a Burmese beauty with brains and potentials. Chances are high that she might place in the finals or even win the coveted crown of Miss Earth currently on the head of Katherine Espin of Ecuador. 

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