| Wai Wai Khine|
130 lb (59 kg)
| 2013 –|
| 20 May 1988 (age 27)
Yangon, Myanmar (1988-05-20) |
Bachelor of Business Administration
Sharr Htut Eaindra, May Myat Noe, Nang Khin Zay Yar, Moe Yu San, Wutt Hmone Shwe Yi
Moe Set Wine Wikipedia
Moe Set Wine (Burmese: မိုးစက်ဝိုင်, [mó zɛʔ wàiɴ]; born 20 May 1988) (Chinese: 楊鑫榮) is a Burmese beauty pageant titleholder who won the Miss Universe Myanmar 2013 and represented Myanmar in the Miss Universe 2013 competition in Moscow on 9 November. She was the first woman to represent the country in the competition since 1961.
Moe Set Wine was born in Yangon on 20 May 1988. She graduated from Dagon University with a degree in English. She later went to pursue her undergraduate studies in the United States and graduated with a Business Administration degree in marketing from California Lutheran University.
In 2009, Moe Set Wine, under the name of 楊鑫榮 Yang Xinrong went to compete and placed second in a Burmese Chinese beauty pageant held by a local newspaper, Golden Phoenix.
Moe Set Wine competed in Miss Universe Myanmar 2013 which was held on 3 October 2013 at the National Theatre in Yangon. The competition was organized by the Hello Madam Media Group. This competition was held for the first time since 1961. She won Miss Perfect Skin and Miss Famous titles, voted by fans through the Internet voting system and SMS messages. She became the winner of Miss Universe Myanmar 2013 after the competition. She founded a local charity group named "Myanmar's Heart" on January 9, 2015.
After Chinese news outlets revealed Moe Set Wine's participation in a local Burmese Chinese pageant, some pockets of Burma's social media openly criticized her ancestry, questioning her citizenship status as well as whether a native-born Burmese of Chinese ancestry could represent Burma in pageants. A spokesperson for Hello Madam Media, which organized the 2013 Miss Universe Myanmar competition, stated that she holds Burmese citizenship, and that her parents, of Shan and Burmese descent, are from Namkham, in northern Shan State.