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It’s our National Day tomorrow! #RuiEn was the original singer of NDP2005 theme song “Reach Out For The Skies” and here’s her wishing Singapore a Happy National Day! 🇸🇬 明天是建国55年，瑞恩曾是2005年国庆主题曲《勇敢向前飞》的原演唱者。今日清唱一段祝贺新加坡国庆日快乐! 🥰 #RuiEn #瑞恩 #ReachOutForTheSkies #SingaporeNationalDay #NationalDay2020 #ndp2020 #singapore @rbkd (cr: @hyperecordssg)
By Rui En
“Please in all situations, choose kindness and empathy. Fight against letting fear morph into cruelty… Pray for these first responders and front line workers. They are heroes.”
29 January was just another day, until you came along. Happy Birthday, Rui En!! ❤️❤️❤️
Today’s a special day ‘cos it’s your birthday! It always feels like we care more about your birthday than you do. That’s right. ‘Cos we love you! (You know that right? 😉)
Feeling blessed to be celebrating your birthday for you once again. Still here for each other, you and us, year after year, and this matters.
So, happy birthday to RBKD’s favourite person – you, Rui En! May you be blessed with good health, happiness, peace, joy, love, kindness, good vibes, good happenings and good people all year round. Always be happy, always be safe, always be the you we love. Remember, you have us with you and you will always be our favourite.
Once again…. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, RUI EN!! 😘
Love you lots,
By Lee Wei Lin
Rui En poses with an adorable lou hei platter
RBKD: This post will be updated whenever required.
Catch the “Old Is Gold – The Blisskeeper” Telemovie on Channel 8 at 7pm to 9pm on 30 November, Saturday. One episode only.
With studio shoot coming to an end after 7 months of filming and the overall shooting for “Old Is Gold” completing around 8th October for Rui En, the journey’s coming to an end finally.
It is no wonder then that the cast and crew had a blast at the final shoot in the studio, the set for the nursing home in the show.
Here are some photos and videos that we like, hope the same is true for you too!
Video Credit: Chantalle Ng
Do continue to support Rui En in “Old Is Gold 老友万岁” every Mondays to Fridays at 730pm on Channel 8 or via online catch-up.