Singapore, 3 May 2007 – Ever wished you can have a taste of how
it feels like to be in your dream job without losing your current one? 16 lucky
readers of My Paperwill get an experience of their lifetime doing just
that – to be a bartender, a model or a show host.
Selected from a sea of over 400 entries received for “我 Dream Job”, these finalists have undergone some 10 to 12 hours of professional training and will showcase what they have learnt at the Ministry of Sound on Tuesday, 15 May 2007 at 7pm.
And who gets to decide if they make the cut? My Paperreaders, of course!
The evening will be hosted by witty Fly Entertainment artiste Magdalene See (施慧玲), who is best remembered for her hosting stint on Channel U´s travelogue “Tian Ya Ren Wo Xing” (天涯任我行). The programme clinched the Best Youth programme title at the Asian Television Awards in 2002.
Guests will also be entertained by Project Superstar first runner-up Sing Chew Sin Huey (石心卉), who will be crooning popular hits from her debut album – “从台北到北京”.
Organised by 我 Club, tickets for 我 Dream Job are on sale now at $15 each. Readers will be entitled to 20 per cent off for every four tickets purchased. All guests will be treated to free flow of house-pour and finger food, and attractive door gifts from O2 Skincare, Cathay Cineplex and G.Com.
For tickets to我 Dream Job, email MyClub@sph.com.sg or call 8109 3305 by 10 May 2007.
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About my paper
Launched in June 2006, my paper 我报 is Singapore´s first Chinese freesheet. Targeted at working adults between ages 20 and 40, the compact-sized publication is contemporary, informative and entertaining, allowing young, trendy and bilingual Singaporeans to keep in touch with the Chinese language in an enjoyable and accessible manner. my paper 我报 is published five days a week from Tuesday to Saturday. The newspaper is distributed freely at MRT stations, selected office buildings, business parks, households, as well as established coffee franchises across the island.
About Singapore Press Holdings Ltd
Newspapers and Magazines
Main board-listed Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) is the leading media company in Singapore, delivering news and information through print, Internet and broadcasting platforms. In Singapore, it publishes 14 newspapers in four languages. Every day, 2.7 million individuals or 83 percent of people above 15 years old, read one of SPH’s news publications. SPH also publishes over 90 magazine titles in Singapore and the region, covering a broad range of interests from lifestyle to information technology.
Internet and Mobile
Beyond print, the Internet editions of SPH newspapers enjoy over 100 million pageviews with 6 million unique visitors every month. SPH’s online and new media initiatives include a revolutionary mobile advertising and information service, ZapCode; recruitment and job search service, ST701; and STOMP (Straits Times Online Mobile Print), a portal that connects, engages and interacts with readers on the Web and via mobile phone messaging.
SPH has a 20 percent stake in MediaCorp TV Holdings Pte Ltd, which operates free-to-air channels 5, 8, U and TV Mobile, and a 40 percent stake in MediaCorp Press Pte Ltd, which publishes the free newspaper, Today. In the radio business, SPH has a 80 percent stake in SPH UnionWorks Pte Ltd, which operates entertainment stations Radio 100.3 in Mandarin and Radio 91.3 in English.
In addition, SPH has ventured into outdoor advertising through its wholly-owned subsidiary, SPH MediaBoxOffice Pte Ltd, Singapore´s largest outdoor motion display advertising network media company, and a 35 percent stake in TOM Outdoor Media Group, a leading outdoor advertising company in China.
SPH owns and manages Paragon, the prime retail and office complex in the heart of Orchard Road, Singapore’s main shopping belt. SPH’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Times Development Pte Ltd, is also developing a 43-storey upmarket residential condominium, Sky@eleven, at Thomson Road.