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Meet Our 72nd Narcissus Pageant Contestants

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Juliana An Na Chang

 

Juliana An Na Chang was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and is the daughter of Mina and Seaton Chang. 

 

She is a graduate of Roosevelt high school and is attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where she is majoring in Electrical Engineering. Juliana is employed at the University of Hawaii at Manoa as a teaching assistant. 

 

She speaks Cantonese and her interests include spending time with family and friends, playing the piano and volunteering in the community.

 

Her goal is to graduate with a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and begin working to make advancements in technology.

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Zena Li Demapan 

 Zena Li Demapan was born in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Saipan, and is the daughter of Mei and John Demapan. 

 

She is a graduate of Grace Christian Academy high school and attended the University of Portland where she received her degree in Biology.  Zena is employed at Mo’O School as a substitute teacher. 

 

She speaks Mandarin and her interests include beach volleyball, reading and baking. 

 

Zena’s goal is to someday become a physical therapist and to open her own private practice in hopes that it will help those in need achieve a greater quality of life.

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Jenalyn Satori Ng

 Jenalyn Satori Ng was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and is the daughter of Janice Oda-Ng and Janson Hook. 

 

She is a graduate of Henry J. Kaiser High school and attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa when she received her Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education.

 

Jenalyn is employed at the University of Hawaii at Manoa Children’s Center as a preschool teacher and education specialist. She is currently a graduate student earning her Master’s degree in Curriculum Studies focusing on preschool to third grade.

 

Her interests include animal care, community service, and early childhood education. Her goal is to create curricular materials to help develop the whole child while continuing to mentor aspiring early childhood teachers in the university’s teaching program.

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Laura Lyn Tak Ying Tan

 Laura Lyn Tak Ying Tan was born in Honolulu Hawaii and is the daughter of Dr. Thomas and Evelyn Tan.

 

She is a graduate of Punahou school and is currently attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she is majoring in Psychology. Laura Lyn is employed at Thomas K.S. Tan MD, Inc. as a clerk and medical assistant in-training.

 

Her interests include singing, meditating, going to the beach, going to the movies, swimming, playing basketball, socializing and helping others.

 

Her goal is to learn more about her family roots and understanding her culture on a deeper level. By experiencing her culture and pageant journey she hopes to grasp onto some takeaways that will help her flourish into the young woman she’s meant to be.

 

By doing so she hopes she can help to inspire others to discover their true potential as well.

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Mae Morgan (Liu) Mei Zhen Tonge

Mae Morgan (Liu) Mei Zhen Tonge was born in Taipei, Taiwan is the daughter of Elaine Liu and James Tonge.

 

She is a graduate of Hudson High School and attended Boston University where she received her degree in political science.

 

Mae is currently employed at Starbucks as a barista. She speaks Mandarin and her interests include social dancing, writing stories, traveling, and designing her own clothes.

 

Mae’s goal is to start her own fashion brand and become a published author.

Get all required forms and information you need for the Narcissus Pageant. 

 

You'll find below the download links for the Contestant Application, Pageant Rules and Agreement.

 

To learn more about what it means to be a Narcissus Queen Pageant Contestant, including the benefits for you, your heritage and your future, please watch the video below. 

Have more questions? Please call us at the Chinese Chamber, (808) 533-3181.

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