Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Eliza Sam Makes Canada Proud
A kind heart pumped with determination, Eliza always strives to develop her potentials to the fullest. From a young lady who could only speak a word or two in Chinese, she has mastered the language well just within one year. Eliza spent the past twelve months practicing her talents and Cantonese in preparation for the international competition. As an advocate for charities, she has been actively involved in a variety of fund-raising events for the past year including Stem Cell Drive organized by One Match, Canadian Cancer Society daffodil sales and SUCCESS Charity Golf Tournament, just to name a few. She was also named the “Ambassador of Hope” by Canadian Cancer Society earlier this year and has been a spokesperson for the Society on a number of occasions with a mission to help
provide better services for cancer patients.
President of Fairchild Media Group Mr. Joe Chan and Co-Chair of “Miss Chinese Vancouver Pageant Gala Dinner” Dr. Tony Yue from Canadian Cancer Society presented a large bouquet of flowers and gifts to Eliza to congratulate her on her tremendous success last week. Eliza expressed her heartfelt appreciation for the support from friends and family in Vancouver and shared with the guests her experience in the past few weeks in Asia. She also wished that the contestants of Miss Chinese Vancouver Pageant 2010 will be able to showcase the best of themselves in the Pageant on December 8, 2010 at The Vancouver Convention Centre.
Miss Chinese Vancouver Pageant has been an annual signature event organized by Fairchild Television for the past 16 years taking place at Vancouver Convention Centre. The Final of the Pageant is donated to Canadian Cancer Society as a highlight entertainment for its fund-raising gala dinner.
*Credits to southasianpost