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Chinatown Seattle: Cheung wins double titles for Miss Chinese Seattle

After fierce competition which included self presentation, ability, execution, structure & wellness #10 Dawn Cheung was delegated Miss Chinese Seattle Queen for 2015. For her ability Dawn showed her Chinese calligraphy aptitudes clarifying the meaning of her Chinese name. f

First Princess was #5 Olivia Ding whose ability was a self choreographed hand to hand fighting routine which finished with cleaving a wooden piece down the middle. She endeavored 4 times before breaking it on the fifth attempt, discuss steadiness! 

Second Princess was #8 Lucy Meng who performed a lovely musical drama number. Miss Talent went to #1 Jessica Lee who had an expansive cheering gathering of people (just surpassed by #10 Dawn Cheung). Miss Spirit went to #4 Sarah Liu who sold the most number of tickets. 

There were exceptional exhibitions by previous first Princess Lele Tian who performed "Do Something" (Britney Spears) and previous Miss Chinatown USA Leah Li who performed a terrific Lotus move. Additionally in participation was 2007 Queen Samantha Chin who emceed the occasion, 2009 Queen Cynthia Vuong and ruling Seafair Queen Nella Kuan (who was a challenger in 2013). 

Amid her goodbye discourse, the 2013 ruler Ka Man Lee said she grew up watching the Miss Chinese International show and had dependably trusted one day she could be a candidate in the expo and that she has understood her fantasy and she will be contending at the 2016 Miss Chinese International show to be held in January or February in Hong Kong.


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Dawn Cheung poses for pictures as the new 2015 Miss Chinese Seattle Queen (Photo by George Liu/NWAW)


Cheung wins double titles for Miss Chinese Seattle
Dawn Cheung, a social worker, captured the 2015 Miss Chinatown crown on Sept. 20 at the Bellevue Meydenbauer Center, beating nine other ...