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Date : 24th April 2016

Venue : The House of Love, Klang

D’Touch International’s Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant visited the 25 children, who resided there with four live-in staff, for an afternoon of bonding as well as to supply English children books and Chinese Young Adults novels sponsored by Pelangi Publishing Group and Odonata Publishing Sdn. Bhd. in an effort to bring the gift of knowledge to underprivileged children.

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Published by D’Touch International on 28th Apr 2016

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Date : 27th March 2016

Venue : Lotus Charity Care Centre, Semenyih

D’Touch International’s Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant brought cheer and joy to residents of Lotus Charity Care Centre in Semenyih last Sunday.

A total of 35 old folks and children were overjoyed to be presented with necessities during the Easter Sunday celebration.

The goods included groceries and various daily household necessities.

The visitors, led by a group of former Miss Malaysia included Carol Lee, Zoee Tan, Lim Sui Pei, Carrie Lee, Joanne Chan and Joey Ong spent almost an hour at the centre.

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Published by D’Touch International on 5th Apr 2016

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Date : 28th February 2016

Venue : Ti-Ratana Welfare Society

D’Touch International was organizing Loving Sunday campaign under Miss Malaysia Charity BECAUSE WE CARE : A GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE.

This campaign will be for the Orphanage home to donate a Mini Library with children books from age of 3 to 12. The campaign will be for the whole year of 2016 project.

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Published by D’Touch International on 2nd Mac 2016

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Date : 18th January 2016

Venue : D’Touch International office, Ue3 Menara Uncang Emas, Jalan Loke Yew, Kuala Lumpur

D’Touch International Sdn. Bhd. set to celebrate the 25th Anniversary and a record crowning of 100 Miss Malaysia. The jubilee celebration was held at the D’Touch International newly refurbished office located at Menara Uncang Emas, Jalan Loke Yew on Monday, 18 January 2016, and was attended by more than 100 guests, friends, business partners and beauty queens.

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Published by D’Touch International on 19th Jan 2016

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Miss Malaysia Tourism 2014 Ranjani Rajamanickam, Miss Malaysis Tourism Metropolitan Joey Ong and Miss Malaysia Tourism Queen of the Year Shirley Hew

 

A marine scientist who aspires to be a fitness model, a law graduate who put herself through college and a public relations practitioner with a business administration degree – these are the standouts in the recently held Miss Malaysia Tourism 2014 pageant in Kuala Lumpur.

They triumphed over a field of 18 contestants, edging out the competition with their beauty, charm, personality, wit and brains. All of them are worthy winners who had proven themselves well before they took part in the beauty pageant.

The three winners of this year’s Miss Malaysia Tourism 2014 pageant share their stories of early successes in life and their aspirations for greater achievements.

Miss Malaysia Tourism 2014 Ranjani Rajamanickam, from Kota Kinabalu, conducts environmental impact studies as a marine scientist, but behind the stodgy white lab coat lies a vibrant personality who believes in exercise. She has worked her way to a great physique and she plans to take this a step further by becoming a fitness trainer.

Miss Malaysia Tourism Queen of the Year Shirley Hew, 24, is an aspiring lawyer who comes from humble beginnings. She is the fourth of five siblings and her parents operate a small coffee shop in Serdang. She spent two years after SPM working as a stewardess with Singapore Airlines (SIA) to save money for her A-Levels.

Miss Malaysis Tourism Metropolitan Joey Ong Ai Ee holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Banking and Finance degree from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman in Kampar, Perak. She also has a diploma in accounting.

Get to know the trio by turning to pages 21+24+25 of Heat+ Issue 47.