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Malaysian born Aileen Gabriella Robinson is of English, Chinese and Indian descent. She is the third out of 5 daughters. Robinson, also an animal lover, enjoys jungle trekking, travelling, dancing, reading, photography, going to the gym, theatre and film.

The 22 year old grew up with a passion for the Performing Arts, and always dreamed of being a public figure and a role model with hopes to make a difference and represent her country to the world.

In her early years, Robinson attended Sayfol International School in Kuala Lumpur. She graduated in 2006 completing her studies in GCE O’ levels.  Whilst in school she was a very active student participating in extra curricular activities and represented her school in areas such as  athletics, arts and dance.

At age 16, she represented her country, Malaysia, in the International Gymnastrada 2006 competition in Bukit Jalil, her team placing as First-runners up for Malaysia. That was the first big step!

In 2007, she went onto fulfill her dreams in the Arts by taking a diploma in Performing Arts and Media at Sunway University College. There she learnt and developed her talent and skills for Dramatic Arts and Film Production. She played the main role in her graduation project as ‘Eliza Doolittle’ of Pygmalion, directed by Raymond Miranda. In 2009, She was part of KL Pac’s cast for The Grimm Fairytales, directed by Helena Foo.

Determined to expand her knowledge and craft in Arts, she went onto achieve her tertiary education at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. Here she successfully graduated with a BA in Creative Arts, Drama, graduating with high distinction in December 2010.

Her ambitions did not stop there. Robinson whose passion lies in the Arts wishes to communicate and help make a difference in the world. She is active in volunteering for social work. She has been performing her own dance choreography for events to raise funds for charity organizations such as the National Disaster Fund for Kedah, Kiwanis Children with Autism and as well as volunteering to feed the homeless every week at her church, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Kuala Lumpur.

Her drive, talent and compassionate heart proved true in December 2011, when Robinson was appointed Miss Tourism Malaysia 2011 and as such represented Malaysia at the Miss Tourism International pageant held at the Sunway Hotel Resort & Spa, Malaysia. This pageant saw 54 countries vying for the prestigious title.

With the thirst to succeed, Robinson pushed herself to the limit and gained the first crown ever for Malaysia. Aileen Gabriella Robinson is the first ever Malaysian to win the Miss Tourism International title since the pageant begun 15 years ago.

The road does not end here. In fact, it is just the beginning. Robinson is currently working hard on several projects during her reign as Miss Tourism International 2011/2012 and hopes to continue to be an Ambassador for her country, Malaysia.

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