It may be Hong Kong's first pageant where bathing suits are discouraged, Web pages are de rigueur, and men and women can both enter. The Ms Internet Hong Kong contest is looking for budding Web page designers of either gender to enter its contest on October 23 at the Cyber-X Internet cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui. The tongue-in-cheek contest was organised by the Hong Kong Webgrrls, a group of women interested in the Internet and technology. It was inspired partially to poke fun at the Miss Internet Singapore pageant earlier this year, which was basically a standard beauty pageant with a few video cameras and an extra word in the title. The entrance guidelines are minimal. Contestants need only declare why they deserve the title. A 'stunning home page would be cool' or a 'witty essay with interesting links could win the award', the organisers say. There will be no jewel-encrusted tiara or charity tours for the winner, though 'we anticipate that the winner will probably go on to find international fame and fortune as a result of this prestigious accolade'. Legislative Councillor Emily Lau will be one of the judges, and disc jockey Harry Wong will interview all finalists on his morning MetroFMradio show next week. Nominations must be sent to email@example.com by October 20. More information can be found at the Webgrrls Hong Kong Web site at www.webgrrls.com/hk .