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09 January 2004 | 06:49 pm

09 January 2004

ONE concert, so many famous faces: It looks irresistible.

Local stars Sheik Haikel, Tanya Chua, Rui En and Ben Yeung will team up with Hong Kong actor/singer Julian Cheung, Anita Mui protege Remus Choy, Taiwan’s B.A.D. and British newbie Derek McDonald, all at Youth Concert @ South East 2004, organised by the Southeast CDC.

But there’s a catch.

The singers have volunteered their services, the whole event has been arranged by volunteers – and the audience will be asked to step up and volunteer too.

The celebrities are more than happy to help, too.

Rui En, who sang the Community Chest theme song last year, said: ‘I’m quite pleased to play a part and get young people to do charity work.’

She will be performing three songs at the concert.

Tickets are $2 each and all proceeds will go to the Metta School, Goodlife Centre @ South East and The Salvation Army Bedok Multiservice for the Elderly.

Source: The New Paper

Categorised in The New Paper.

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08 January 2004 | 06:47 pm

08 January 2004

JUST how bright are our Singaporean stars shining in Taiwan?

Here’s Mr Suen’s brutally-honest appraisal:

Rui En

‘She’s almost disappeared in Taiwan. Oh, she’s filming dramas in Singapore? Well she should just continue doing that! To be an artiste, you must have audience appeal. She lacks that.’

Source: The New Paper

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06 January 2004 | 02:53 pm

06 January 2004

Youth Concert @ South East 2004 will have plenty of artists on hand to raise funds for local charities
FANS of late Hong Kong entertainer Anita Mui have a good reason to attend the Youth Concert @ South East 2004 this Saturday.
Ex-Grasshopper and Anita Mui protege Remus Choy will open the star-studded concert, to be held at the open field next to the Singapore Post Centre (near the Paya Lebar MRT station) at 6.30pm.
Taiwan’s R&B group B.A.D. and singer Joanna Feng Wei Jun, Singaporeans Rui En, Sheikh Haikel and Ben Yeung and Scottish newcomer Derek McDonald will also perform.
Proceeds from the sales of tickets, priced at $2 each, will be donated to three charities: the Goodlife Centre @ South East, the Salvation Army-Bedok Multiservice Centre for the Elderly and the Metta School.

Source: The Straits Times

Categorised in The Straits Times.

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