Myanmar was actually one of my favorites to win, among the 18 official candidates, along with Philippines' Wilfred Placencia, Vietnam's Nguyen Huu Vi, France's Nicolas Magnonnaud, Singapore's Jonathan Seah and Canada's Michael South, who's also partly-Filipino.
Philippines finished 4th Runner Up, Vietnam was 3rd and Canada was the 1st Runner Up. Singapore landed in the Top 8, while France sadly failed to make it as a semi-finalist.
It was the first ever edition of Mister Global, held last night, March 27, 2014, in Bangkok, Thailand.
Mister Global 2014 winners lookin' sad??? (L-R): Philippines - 4th Runner Up, Canada - 1st Runner Up, Myanmar - title winner, Korea - 2nd Runner Up, Vietnam - 3rd Runner Up (credit to Mister Global FB Page)
Mister Philippines Wilfred Placencia and Mister Vietnam Nguyan Huu Vi (credit to Mister Global FB Page)
Mister Global 2014 - Myanmar, Myat Thuya Lwin
1st Runner-Up - Canada, Michael South
2nd Runner-Up - Korea, Lee Jun Ho
3rd Runner-Up - Vietnam, Nguyen Huu Vi
4th Runner-Up - Philippines, Wilfred Placencia
Indonesia, Andy Mukti Wicaksono
Singapore, Jonathan Seah
Thailand, Phubess Samkratoke
Mister Congeniality - Costa Rica, Felipe Mejía
Best in Talent winner - Kyrgyzstan, Ulan Omurbekov
Best in Talent finalists - Cape Verde, Daniel Graca; South Korea, Lee Jun Ho; Myanmar, Myat Thuya Lwin and Vietnam, Nguyen Huu Vi