By Tammi Tan
Pic 2: Rui En shared a new workout selfie
RBKD: Calling it “a new addition to the sweaty celeb selfie collection”, 8Days is looking forward to seeing the results of Rui En’s hard work.
8Days also mentioned about RBKD getting our website included in the National Library’s Web Archive Singapore collection which they said it’s “pretty cool”.
Source: 8 Days
By Guan Zhen Tan
One for the record.
For more than a decade, Singaporean actress Rui En’s official Fanclub RBKD has been pretty active.
They’ve even worked alongside Rui En to give back to medical staff. (Link)
Website to be archived in NLB’s collection
Now, the fan club has been approached by the National Library Board (NLB) to archive the fan club’s website under the Web Archive Singapore (WAS) collection…
According to RBKD’s official statement on their website, NLB said that the fan club’s website would be a “valuable addition”.
Fanclub president Peh Xin Yi said that RBKD is “truly honoured”…
RBKD: Read the full article in link below.
Dear Fans & Supporters
Wow. RBKD is truly honoured to have our website included in the National Library’s collection, an affirmation of local entertainment and pop culture in Singapore’s history.
We were approached by National Library Board for consent to archive RBKD’s website for inclusion in the National Library’s Web Archive Singapore collection.
According to their portal, “the Web Archive Singapore (WAS) is a collection of Singapore websites that showcases facets of Singapore life.
“Web content is preserved for information, reference and research on Singapore’s history and heritage. This ensures that the important times of our lives, people, events, and organisations are archived, even when the original sites have changed or no longer exist.”
In their email to us, NLB shared with us that:
“Your website would be a valuable addition to our collection of websites reflecting various aspects of Singapore life and the building blocks of our community such as associations, businesses, and individuals.
“As websites are constantly changing and there is an increasing volume of content published only online, it is important that we proactively collect content on Singapore to preserve our nation’s published heritage. It is our hope to build a rich collection of websites on Singapore as an entry point for researchers to learn about our history and culture.”
This is such an honour and only possible because of everyone’s support, especially Mediacorp, Hype Records, our friends of media, fans and supporters.
Our website wouldn’t have made it without your support towards Rui En and RBKD over the years. Hence, RBKD would like to share our joy with you and thank you for making this possible.
Thank you so much, let’s continue supporting Rui En! 😍
Peh Xin Yi
RBKD – The Official Fan Club of Rui En
It’s during the times of fear we see real kindness in the acts of those who care not only for themselves, but for others too.
Many are standing up to pitch in their efforts… as the need for more funds and resources grow. Amongst them are Asian celebrities who’ve gone the extra mile with their fame and fortune, from local personalities like Kim Lim and Rui En to Crash Landing On You‘s Son Ye-jin.
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Actress Rui En also did her part by mobilising her fanclub RBKD to send 2,150 care packages to healthcare workers in Singapore, thanking them for their efforts to fight the virus…
Source: Women’s Weekly
By Nadine Chua & The Straits Times
From local actresses like Rui En to international stars such as Fan Bingbing, find out how these celebs are doing their part to help the community
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Other celebrities like homegrown actress Rui En have also tried to do their part.
Source: Her World