Liliha resident Brittany Wei Lin Lee is the 2014 Narcissus Queen.
She was crowned at the annual Narcissus Queen Pageant, presented by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, at the Hawaii Theatre Saturday night.
Lee, 24, is the daughter of Edmund and Karen Lee. She was born in Honolulu, graduated from Roosevelt High School and attended Seattle University where she received her degree in Diagnostic Ultrasound. She works at Pali Momi Medical Center as an ultrasound sonographer.
Other women selected to her court are:
First princess – Eula Mai Chu
Second princess – Taj’a Kam Lin Wong
Third princess – Trisha Naomi Chong
Fourth princess – Diane Simeng Qu
The 2014 Narcissus Queen and her court will serve as ambassadors of aloha in this upcoming Year of the Horse, which begins on Jan. 31.
The ladies also will represent the Chinese community at numerous events throughout the year, including upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce’s annual Goodwill Tour to China.