Victor Yong, FHM’s Girl Next Door 2013 Grand Finalist
Victor Yong, FHM’s Girl Next Door 2013 Winner
Congratulations to Victor Yong from Miri, Sarawak, exactly who won RM5,000 cash prize along with the title involving FHM’s Girl Next Door 2013 from the grand finale held at Zouk Club, Kuala Lumpur recently.
Victor Yong, 23, a freelance model, in addition won RM8,000 worth involving sponsored cash incentives and she will be presented for the deal with FHM Malaysia as cover girl in the forthcoming issue.
Victor Yong has been selected this victorious one from 10 finalists with a panel involving superstar judges exactly who included Miss Universe Malaysia 2010 Nadine Ann Thomas, GND 2011 victorious Esther Tan, Malaysia’s FHM 100 Most Wanted Women 2012 Patricia Knudsen as well as catwalk pro Benjamin Toong.
In the subsidiary titles awards category; the Most Watch Girl title went to Stephanie Kuan, Miss Con”Jean”iality title to Estee Tan and Catwalk Queen title to Caroline Fong.
Victor Yong mentioned this got truly designed for her to help expand her desire career. It offers her self-confidence and definately will support a great deal pertaining to modelling career. She want to be famous as professional runway model and will also like to do some fashion shoot modelling.
Victor Yong completed Form 6 education in Miri as well as studied for a 1-year fundamental automobile course at The Otomotif College (TOC) within Petaling Jaya. Soon after completing this training course she knew that it hasn’t been just what she wanted. She took up modeling as profession. She took up a modeling training course at Amber Chia Academy, a esteemed modeling institution within Kuala Lumpur and she graduated recently.
Previous November she obtained a lucky break as well as opportunity to develop professionally abroad when she and another model travelled oversea for fashion shoots with fashion designer dressmaker Hideaki Lim, well-known pertaining to the futuristic as well as cyber-inspired designs. Victor Yong spent 8 days inside the cities involving Milan, Florence, Venice, Pisa as well as Ancient Rome modelling clothes pertaining to Hideaki’s cyber kebaya collection.