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28 March 2007 | 07:39 pm

28 March 2007

WENDY TEO rates the clutch of young TV actresses dubbed the ‘Seven Princesses’

DAZZLING!

RUI EN, 26

DESPITE being effectively bilingual and appearing on both Channel 5 and 8 with shows like Achar, A Promise For Tomorrow and You Are The One, Rui En has yet to hit the big time.

Her only upcoming project is a 20-episode Mindef-commissioned drama later this year.

Apparently, her low-key nature is to blame.

She admitted in a previous interview: “I hardly go out, because I don’t have that many friends. Maybe because I’m an only child, I’m happy with my own company most of the time.”

An experienced TV executive had this to say about Rui En: “She’s a good actress, very natural, but she’s very cold. It’s hard for the audience to relate to (her)…”

But hairstylist to the stars Addy Lee defended Rui En, saying: “She has the airs of a star. Some people say it’s arrogance, but that’s because she doesn’t smile enough. When Rui En opens her mouth, she’s actually very friendly.”

Perhaps Rui En should learn to play the PR game. One powerful figure told this reporter huffily: “I no longer use her in my shows. Why? Rui En herself knows.”

Verdict: Oops, where’s the switch?

Source: The New Paper

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22 March 2007 | 10:25 pm

The Straits Times, 22 Mar 2007

Movie stars and other public figures often have a host of help – good genes, truckloads of creams, plastic surgeons on speed dial – to maintain great skin. Still, no one can really ward off the signs of ageing. Here’s what to look out for from the age of 25.

Age: 25
Actress-singer Rui En
Even at this age, lines start appearing around the eyes and laugh lines around the mouth. Uneven pigmentation may occur if you are in the sun without sufficient sunblock protection.

Source: The Straits Times

Categorised in The Straits Times.

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20 March 2007 | 01:11 pm

Backstage Pass – You glow, girl!

Source: Cleo

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19 March 2007 | 10:43 pm

The Straits Times, 19 Mar 2007

The Monday Interview
Bryan Wong started in showbiz at the age of eight, starred in the bomb Masters Of The Sea, and has survived it all to be last year’s top TV host.
He has made a name for himself as a host of Chinese programmes, but will be appearing in his first MediaCorp drama in July. The Channel 8 show about life in the army was commissioned by the Ministry of Defence, and he co-stars with actors Tay Ping Hui and Rui En.

Source: The Straits Times

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, The Straits Times.

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18 March 2007 | 07:37 pm

18 March 2007

paikchoo@sph.com.sg

THE Bold, the Beautiful, and the Black.

Just three of five events Glitz Gal’s working heels could stomp last Friday evening.

The beautiful were at Olay, the black at Samsonite and the bold at an agenda-less old Hollywood glamour party.

Par-taying season has sprung – not for nothing is March the mad hatter’s tea party – and if you got five e-mails or SMSs to be in several places at the same time last Friday, wah, you know you count! (Among the bold, the beautiful and the black at least.)

Olay introduced its third face for its trio of products in, naturally, the Fashion Cafe in Clarke Quay.

Celia Teh, ’90s catwalk and cover girl model, joins singer Rui En and VJ Denise Keller to represent three ages – oh, sorry, make that three skin types.

Celia is Regenerist (over-35) while Rui En is White Radiance and Denise, Total Effects, both under-30.

Source: The New Paper

Categorised in The New Paper.

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10 March 2007 | 08:09 pm

10 March 2007

The Unbearable Lightness of Being Rui En

Source: Art Jam

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01 March 2007 | 07:46 pm

1st March 2007

Page 38 特报 Feature -《宝家卫国》

Source: I Weekly

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, I-Weekly.

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