Television account executive named 2010 Narcissus Queen
Angie Yiyin Zhang has been crowned the 2010 Narcissus Queen at the 61st Annual Narcissus Queen Pageant presented by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii.
Zhang, 25, lives in Moiliili and works at KGMB9 as an account executive. She was named the winner last night at the Hawaii Theater Center and will be officially crowned by Gov. Linda Lingle on Jan. 30 at the Coronation Ball at the Hilton Hawaiian Village's Tapa Ballroom.
Zhang was born in Shanghai, China and is the daughter of Jianguo Zhang and Zhangwen Yan. She is a graduate of Kaimuki High School and the University of Hawai'i, where she majored in business management. She is also the director of public relations for the Hawaii Mainland Chinese Overseas Association.
Twelve contestants participated in the 2010 Narcissus Queen Pageant and were judged in four categories: a judge's interview, talent, Chinese evening gown (cheong-sam) and on-stage speech.
Joining Zhang in her court are first princess Selena Yue Qiu; second princess Megan Wai Lynn Chun; third princess Karen Yun Chang; and fourth princess Bonnie Siu Lin Von.