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Edith Piaf is a name synonymous with French music and culture. Born to a life of poverty in 1915, she was raised in a brothel and first sang in public when she was 14.
 
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Delicate fabrics, intricate embroidery and fine lacework, influenced by various cultures and threaded by generations of rich artistry sewn together to form the sarong kebaya.
 
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If you were like me, you would have a familiar jingle from oh-so-long-ago still ringing in your head. Remember this? “Moses Lim is Tan Ah Teck, Nicholas Lee is Ronnie , Andrew Lim is Paul , Koh Chieng Mun is Dolly, Vernetta Lopez is Denise...”
 
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Introverted. Shy. Lacking in confidence. Adjectives most unbefitting of one of Singapore’s up and coming male actors, Elvin Ng.
 
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Playing polar opposites and bonded by a common love for singing, two girls embark on a bittersweet journey to pursue their dream of ruling the getai circuit. The Papaya Sisters as they’re known, elicit the help of celestial beings.
 
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In our second Singapore Day Celebrity Feature, we are proud to bring you a familiar voice that listeners of 98.7 and 91.3FM will definitely feel at home with. With his upbeat and energetic vocals, Daniel Ong is an established radio deejay who has graced our airwaves for nearly 16 years now
 
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To dedicate their life’s work to a single art form, artisans are a noble profession. However, seldom do artisans get any limelight. So for 10 days during this March school holidays in Raffles City, artisans from lesser known corners of Asia will take centre stage and showcase a range of unique craft
 
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The Chippendales 2011 Most Wanted Tour will ignite the Compass Ballroom at the Resorts World Convention Centre on Sentosa. They last performed here in March 2010 on their ‘Ultimate Girls Night Out’ Tour.
 
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Singapore Day arrives in two months, and first in our line up of features on celebrities who will romp the Shanghai stage is Irene Ang. Irene plays the hair-raising, Mahjong-playing Rosie in the local sitcom Phua Chu Kang.
 
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The Chingay Parade has always been an annual affair for Singaporeans, so when the People’s Association gathered to organise the next Chingay Parade for 2011, they knew that they had to offer either something different..
 

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