By The Nation
Reigning Miss Thailand World 2018, Pichapa Limsanukarn was the guest of honour on stage and crowned Narinthorn.
Aged 21, Narinthorn study on the forth-year at Thammasart University, Faculty of Arts, major in Phycology. She notes for the past one-year, she has intensively studied about Depressive Disorder and has been campaigning about it, and that is the reason why she decided to apply for the beauty pageant so as to voice about its situation.
“I’d like to voice the campaign ‘Let’s Me Hear You’, which is a non-profit project to help raising awareness and solving problem about depression. I was volunteer to help consulting the patients with my teachers and I think.
In the final round interview question, she was asked about what is best to describe Thai personality. She said is the ‘brave smile’. “No matter how bad the situation, happy or unhappy, Thai people is not only have a beautiful smile but we are brave to face any problems and smile,” she said.
The First-runner up goes to Phamolchanok Dhilokratchatasakul, and the Second-runner up is Dusita Tipgomut.
The winner of Miss Thailand World is presented with Bt1 million, a diamond crown, a car, and more. She will join the highly-anticipated Miss World final show will be broadcast globally to over 150 countries from London, England in November, where global fans can watch reigning Miss World, Vanessa Ponce de León, pass the crown to the 69th Miss World.