Sunday, December 1, 2013

Yoshinoya x Ms. Earth 2013 Delegates

A week ago, I was invited to attend a luncheon with Ms. Earth 2013 delegates at Yoshinoya, Robinson's Galleria branch. The place was packed with beautiful people, yummy food galore courtesy of Yoshinoya.

As I've said in my previous post, it was my 1st time to taste Yoshinoya. Kaya sobrang excited ako to try them. And for less than php160, you get to taste authentic japanese dishes.

I'm not a fan of cucumber, but this Kani Salad is a must-try. Loved their dressing.

Don't forget to vote and support me as your candidate to Ms. Earth 2013. CHOS! haha! :P

Ms. Japan

Our very own (and true) candidate, Ms. Philippines! Good luck, girl! :))

Ms. Earth delegates enjoying their lunch.

Aside from the photo op. and meet and greet, the delegates played a simple but fun game. And take note, in heels!

Using chopsticks to get a marshmallow? Perfect for parlor games for your Christmas party. Magawa nga ito. :)

A little background of Ms. Earth: The Miss Earth beauty contest is an annual pageant that focuses on environmental awareness. Started in 2001, the green-driven contest is organized by Carousel Productions, through the Miss Earth Foundation.

With the theme "International Year of Water Cooperation,'' 90 candidates from around the world will compete in the 2013 Miss Earth beauty contest which will be held at the Versailles Palace in Alabang, Muntinlupa on December 7, 2013. The proclaimed winner will become the spokesperson and ambassador of the foundation, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and other groups promoting care for the environment.

This year's advocacy will focus on eco-tourism as it contributes to the country's effort to use tourism as a means to help alleviate poverty. The Miss Earth pageant will show to the world how beautiful the Philippines is.

Teresa Fajksova of the Czech Republic is the reigning Miss Earth. Karla Henry is the first Miss Earth from the Philippines. The first Miss Earth was Catharina Svenson of Denmark.

Best of  luck, ladies! I know your country is proud of you! I hope you're also enjoying your stay here in our country. :)

Thank you Yoshinoya and Ms. Cha for the invite! Visit Ms. Cha's blog for more up-to-date happening around the metro! :)

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