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
1/5 Rui En
Other celebrities like homegrown actress Rui En have also tried to do their part.
Source: Her World
Singapore – Other celebrities like homegrown actress Rui En have also tried to do their part.
Last week, she mobilised her fanclub RBKD to send 2,150 care packages to healthcare workers in Singapore, thanking them for their efforts to fight the virus.
The packages included bottles of water, muesli bars, hand cream, gel pads for their feet, and revitalising face and eye masks. The items cost $88,000 in total and were sponsored by brands like cosmetics maker L’Oreal Paris Singapore and Kyusoku Jikan, which specialises in leg care products, from Lion Corporation Singapore, according to a Facebook post by the fanclub on Friday (Feb 21).
Besides medical personnel, cleaners working at Singapore General Hospital, Tan Tock Seng Hospital and the National Centre for Infectious Diseases also received the care packages.
Source: Straits Times
By Hana O
Singapore — More people are extending their appreciation to those on the frontlines of the battle against Covid-19, the most recent ones being actress Rui En and her fan club.
By Lee Wei Lin
2/13 Rui En and her fan club went the extra mile for charity
Source: 8 Days