Philippines is All-Set to Compete at the 2011 Mr. Gay World in Manila

Manila, Philippines – The 5’8” tall, registered nurse, Marc Ernest Biala is all set for the big day of his life as he competes with other gay men representatives in the 2011 Mr. Gay World on March 13 at Club Mwah, (one of the most outstanding theater-clubs in Asia) in the Tiger City of Mandaluyong. The momentous event will be hosted by Philippine King of Talk Boy Abunda along with one of the country’s top models Wilma Doesnt and 2005 Miss International Precious Lara Quigaman.

Biala is one gay man, who is an inspiring individual to young gay men and is determined to make a 'difference' and be an effective spokesperson for oth
er Filipino gay men in the country. He is a magna cum laude graduate from St. Mary’s College in Tagum City, Davao del Norte. He is currently finishing his Masters of Science in Nursing and is writing his thesis focusing on family caregivers for the mentally-ill patients and is a candidate for another magna cum laude award . He also authored a nursing reference book titled ‘Psychiatric Nursing’ which is already distributed nationwide. Given all the credentials Biala has under his belt, MGWP is confident that he is the ideal country’s bet to represent in this prestigious tilt, which will commence on March 9th and will end on the 14th of the said month.

Delegates from different countries will start arriving on the 7th and 8th. A press conference will be held on the 9th and candidates presentation will be on March 10 at Bed Manila in Malate. Along with that, delegates will be busy with other bar tours and an outreach program with Gawad Kalinga.

Macoy, to most of his friends, hopes to contribute in boosting the country’s tourism industry as he serves as the Philippines’ ambassador of goodwill for th
e duration of his reign and in the competition’s five-day long activity.

“Our country is full of beautiful people and places as well as rich in its culture,” says Biala as he beams with ‘positivity’ about the Philippines.
Tickets for the grand finale are at Php2,500. Ticket reservations or bookings are now available online via Also, for more details, visit

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