RBKD: The CNA article lists this year’s Star Awards nominees, which includes Rui En’s nomination in the Best Actress category for Hello From The Other Side.
RBKD: CNA features 2 Instagram posts by Rui En wishing followers a Merry Christmas
By May Seah
RBKD: The CNA article covers Rui En’s body swapping role in upcoming drama Mister Flower. At the drama’s Facebook Live press conference, Rui En elaborated on her experience portraying various characters in the show, noting that it was easier for her to play a man.
The article mentions that Elvin Ng and Rui En are playing lovers in the drama, after an eight-year long hiatus, and also highlights various quips the two actors made at each other during the press conference.
Mister Flower 花花公子 premieres 31 December 2020 (Thursday), Weekdays 9pm on Channel 8
RBKD: Rui En is featured in this CNA article distributing meals to residents in need in Chai Chee together with vegetarian hawker stall Mummy Yummy
RBKD: The CNA article mentions Alien Huang’s collaboration with Rui En in Joys of Life
RBKD: CNA features various celebrities’ National Day celebration posts on social media, including Hong Ling, who spent National Day on set filming Mister Flower with co-stars Benjamin Tan, Rui En and Nick Teo.
The 39-year-old actress is glad that “Singaporeans have triumphed by letting LOVE have the last laugh.”
Local actress Rui En leads by example in showing healthcare workers that we care.
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Happy birthday, Rui En! The actress turns 39 today (Jan 29) and to mark the occasion, she and her loyal fans did something special a couple of weeks ago. On Jan 17, Rui En and 20 members of RBKD went around handing out S$9,000 worth of goodie bags to the elderly. It’s a tradition that started a decade ago, after she told her fans to avoid buying her presents and give back to the community instead. “Every year is special because it means so much more to me that my fans are willing to do charity work for my birthday rather than a normal celebration, which I have always felt is unnecessary and a waste of money,” said the actress. She added: “Charity work is never easy and this year was no exception. I can't tell you how proud I am of them.” Read more on CNA Lifestyle, link in bio. #RuiEn #RBKD #charity #Singapore #actress (Photo: RBKD)
By AARON DE SILVA
CNA Luxury: A bevy of stars descended upon Robertson Quay and the STPI on Thursday evening (Nov 14) for the opening of Cartier’s Clash de Cartier Studio pop-up. South Korean actor-singer Ji Chang-wook headlined the evening, while Mediacorp Artistes Rebecca Lim, Rui En, Sheila Sim lent further stardust.
It’s a feeling that Rui En can empathise with. “I tend to be kind of chor lor [rough around the edges], unglam, awkward and clumsy in private. When I’m at an event like this, I’ve got to rein that in!” she shared. “I find that I have infinite sides to my personality. I can be a rather complicated person, and the Clash de Cartier collection reflects that.”
Citing Avril Lavigne as a major influence on her teenage sensibilities, Rui En shared about going through a punk phase in her teens. “I fancied myself an emo punk rocker. I [had] all the studs and chains. This jewellery is a grown-up, more expensive version of that!”
Source: CNA Luxury