• Miss Kiki Chen
Name :
 Kiki Chen
Country :
Ages :
Height :
 167.0 cm
Weight :
 47.0 kg
Body figure :
  91/71/91 cm
Education/Occupation :
 working at the airport in Tahiti. graduated bachelor of Business Administration
Hobbies :
Ambitions :
  i believe that as long as one gives himself the means to succeed anything is possible. Being independent as a woman is my main purpose in life.
My name is Kiki Chen and I am 24 years old. I was born in Taiwan, attended a bilingual high school, and travelled overseas to obtain my Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

I became a nurse because I have a passion to help and care for others. I volunteered as a nurse in Rwanda in a rural hospital with limited resources. There, I learned how to be always thankful, and how to use the gifts I have been given to bless others.

Aside from pursuing my career, I discovered the joy of competing in pageants. I believe they are a powerful way to make a difference and share my values with others.

I am honored to be a delegate for Miss Grand International and represent Taiwan. Through this experience, I am looking forward to learning from and sharing with other delegates from around the world.

I continually strive to be a role model, mentor, and an inspiration for other young women. And I hope to inspire others to use their unique passions, skills, and experiences to touch the lives of those in need. Despite any challenges I face, I strongly believe that I can do all things through Christ, who gives me strength.
location at :  Novotel Airport Bangkok
Personal Opinion


Every country will face a time of need. We must treat other countries as our own neighbour and lend them a helping hand in their times of desperation. When our own country faces devastation, other countries will step in to help us.

3 years ago, on March 11th, a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami hit northeastern Japan. Taiwan contributed a significant amount of financial and humanitarian aid to help our neighbour in crisis.

3 years later, a group of Taiwanese tourists visiting Japan’s countryside was approached by a Japanese farmer, who gave them bagfuls of his own crops as a sign of appreciation and deep gratitude.

The result of the love and support from Taiwanese citizens is a friendship between two countries that will last forever.

I believe the most powerful changes lies in the attitude of the individual. Together, if we each can love our neighbors as ourselves and lend a helping hand in times of need, we can form lasting friendships with other countries and plant the seeds of peace between nations.