Queen Emma Chocolate

Crowned 2017 Miss PNG pays visit to sponsor

During her visitation the CEO of Paradise Food Limited, Michael Shields announced that the company is proud of Twain’s victory and has awarded her with a two-year scholarship.

Shield says Twain has exceeded their expectations and is proud that she will be the company’s ambassador for the next 12 months. 

Currently Twain holds a diploma in Medical Laboratory Science, with the scholarship that she has been awarded, she says it would make it possible for her to complete her degree as a Medical Lab technician.

​Meet Miss Queen Emma Chocolate

Niawali Twain is a 23-year-old Medical Laboratory Science student who is passionate about education and women empowerment.

The Manus mix West New Britain lass, during her sponsorship launch yesterday, says the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant is an opportunity to inspire change and empower women in the country.

This year, there are eight contestants that are standing for the pageant, four of which have already secured sponsorship.

Change your attitude for lasting change, says Miss Queen Emma

This is the message of the newly announced Miss Queen Emma, Lois Ilave.

She is the fourth contestant into the Miss Pacific Island Pageant (MPIP) PNG and this is, in fact, her first pageant as a contestant.

Showing confidence at 18 years of age, she has a fitting message following PNG’s 41st anniversary: “Cultural pride isn’t just a celebration that occurs once every year. It is something that every Papua New Guinean must carry within them, to make the country a better place”.