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IndigNation Event: Your relationships and you
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Thursday, 26 July 2007 00:00

Event : Your relationships and you
Date: 12th August 2007 (Sunday)
Time: 3 – 6:30pm
Venue: 72-13

OCWomen and Sayoni are pleased to bring you a groundbreaking workshop which focusses on our selves in relationships.

The workshop takes you through a light-hearted process of reflection on your past/present relationships with the aim of providing you with greater clarity and self awareness.

Understanding the types of relationships we have lived through and the dynamics in the partnerships we make, gives clarity to what we are like when we are in a relationship. Understanding ourselves in our relationships is key to truly living a relationship.

Clarity and honesty within is crucial when inspecting our numerous motivations and our modes of operation. Only then will we begin to know who we truly are and build the relationship that resonates us. There will also be interactive discussions on the types of relationships, the roles that we play in them and signs of negative relationships.

For an afternoon of enlightenment, come !

 
Indignation Event: Relationship Myths Posted in
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Written by AnJ   
Monday, 23 July 2007 00:00

Event: Relationship Myths
Date: 6th August 2007 (Monday)
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: 72-13

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Have you been to forums in which lesbian women share about their relationships? What have you heard?

Stories of difficult love and barriers galore… the search for family acceptance of oneself and partners… the average lesbian relationship is given 7 years. Long-lived relationships are barely heard of; the occasional decade-long ones are much revered and looked upon as mythical creatures.

How much of gender differences come into play in the dynamics of relationships? Is love really all it takes for “forever”? In this interactive talk, you will be introduced- from the eye of research literature- to what contributes to relationship longevity and satisfaction; what separates straight relationships from queer ones.

You will be surprised… for what you think isn’t always what is.

 
Indignation Event: ??? – Does likeness matter?
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Written by irene   
Sunday, 22 July 2007 00:00
Event: ??? – Does likeness matter?
Date: 4th August 2007
Time: 7.30 pm
Venue: 72-13

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Queer-themed Chinese writing has found a place in Singapore�s literary landscape, individually. Now they will come together at this groundbreaking event, for dialogue and expression. Celebrating diversity, this promises to be a literary treat for all.

Featuring academic and playwright Quah Sy Ren, writer Ng How Wee, young writers Teng Qian Xi, Irene Oh, Hong Simin and more, the audience will be treated to a forum wherein the intricacies of forbidden love and its inspiration, as spoken through Singapore Chinese literary works (original and translated), are explored. Follow us as we seek camaraderie in diversity.

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Indignation Event: BiFocal
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Written by Indu   
Friday, 20 July 2007 00:00

Event: Bifocal
Date: 4th August 2007
Time: 3pm
Venue: 72-13

Can you remember the last time someone had a talk on bisexuality?

Wait, have we ever had a talk on bisexuality? Sure there are offensive articles published on gay websites, accompanied by even more offensive comments. Sure there are threads running in forums and mailing lists about how much they hate bisexuals. Sure there are people on both sides of the gender and sexuality fence cursing the B-word. But there still has never been anything that directly [and unbiasedly] tackles the issue on a community level. For all our political discourse, for all the coming out, relationship, single, chinese, artistic events, [insert what you've got] talks, forums, workshops and support groups we have every year, both within and without Indignation, this issue has gone entirely unaddressed.

This year, we plan to correct this omission – we are going to put the B back in the LGBTQ[IT?]. Organised by Sayoni, we present BiFocal, a forum on bisexuality, for both men and women. This ground-breaking event will cover issues that bisexuals face in their everyday life, in coming out, in relationships, in finding their own space within the queer community.

What does it really mean to be bisexual, in a world that is discovering its sexual fluidity? Who qualifies as a bisexual � is there a qualification at all? Can bisexuals ever be monogamous? Are bisexuals in straight relationships traitors? Are bisexuals separate from the gay community or part of it? Come down to hear various points of view on all these questions and more, in this fun, interactive forum.

If you wish to know more about this forum, feel free to email [email protected]. Also feel free to leave comments on this post on the issue, suggest topics for discussion et cetera.

Related links:

Indignation Schedule

 
IndigNation 2007 is here!! (Singapore)
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Written by sayoni   
Wednesday, 18 July 2007 00:00

Once again, it�s time to celebrate gay pride. As in the last few years, August is Singapore’s gay pride season. This year’s Events Calendar (subject to change) can be seen at

www.plu.sg/indignation/

Indignation, Singapore’s Pride Season organized by People Like Us, is coming around again. To be held in the month of August, it once again celebrates the diversity of interests of the LGBT communities. The program will have art, photography, poetry, plays, talks and outdoor events.

This will be the third in the Indignation series, after successful seasons in 2005 and 2006.

Sayoni, a proud member of People Like Us will be organizing a series of events in Indignation. Watch this space as you bring you more memories and updates.

 
Safehaven Dialogue Session- Part 1
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Written by AnJ   
Saturday, 12 May 2007 00:00

It was held at Amara hotel, on 10 May 2007, pertaining to the�Christian perspective on�homosexuality. The church that hosted it is FCC (Free Community Church), the only gay-affirming church in Singapore.There are 4 Speakers: (in order as presented on the panel yesterday)
1. Rev. Dr. Tan Kim Huat
(Chen Su Lan Professor of New Testament and
Dean of Studies at Trinity Theological College)
2.�Anthony Yeo
(Clinical Director of Counselling and Care Centre)
3. Edmund Smith
(Founder of ex-gay movement Real Life Ministry)
4. Rev. Dr. Yap Kim Hao, PhD
(Boston University, Mass, USA)
(First Asian Bishop of The Methodist Church in Malaysia and Singapore, Pastoral Advisor- Free Community Church)

The�Moderator:
Augustine Anthuvan

(Assistant Programme Manager, MediaCorp Radio)

 
Sayoni First Year Anniversary Party
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Thursday, 22 February 2007 00:00
Ladies, ladies and ladies… it has been one year since Sayoni was born. Time passes by so fast when we are having fun, doesn’t it?

To celebrate our first birthday, Sayoni is having an Anniversary Party and yes, you are invited. We have reserved a cosy living room and rooftop for a barbecue, music and photo slideshow. It will be a night of fun, music, dance and mingling.

Date: Saturday, 3 March 2007
Tickets at the door: $ 18, includes a simple bbq and mineral water bottle
Dress code: Smart casual
Guests: Queer Women

The highlight of the party will be a Lost Talent Night, where you are invited to showcase your secret talents, such as singing, dancing, playing the guitar or contortionism. There will be PRIZES.

DJ pleinelune will be spinning the tracks and taking dedications too.

This is a private party, so please RSVP to [email protected] with your nick name, real name, contact number and names of accompanying friends. We will be sending out the final details by email.

If you are interested in participating in the Lost Talent Night, please respond to Jean, [email protected].

Last Updated on Sunday, 31 January 2010 20:32
 
From Nation to Indignation: The Cultural Politics of Gay Parties in Singapore
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Wednesday, 29 November 2006 00:00

�Singapore,� Leong (1997: 142) wrote in 1997, �appears to be the last frontier in the Asian region for positive gay and lesbian developments�. Almost a decade later, however, this statement no longer rings true because Singaporean activists successfully held the first gay pride month there in Aug 2005 with little state interference. Called IndigNation, this gay pride month witnessed limited attendance and lacked the often-fully commercialized gay pride parade that has come to represent Euro-American gay pride (Armstrong 2002). Instead, IndigNation offered such free events as a poetry-reading, an art exhibition, and two public lectures on the history of same-sex practices in Singapore and China. The activists held IndigNation to protest both heavy state censorship of magazines serving gay Singaporeans and the state�s ban on such public gay parties as Nation. Incepted in 2001, Nation was a series of three parties that Asian gay portal site Fridae.com organized yearly to celebrate Singapore�s independence on Aug 9. Despite Nation�s reputation as the crown jewel of Asian circuit parties � it attracted a record 8,000 revelers in 2004 � and the US$6 million tourist revenue it generated that same year, the state banned it in 2005 on still-unverified allegations that Nation threatened public health as an HIV vector.

In view of the banning of Nation, homosexuality appears incompatible with the Singa-porean state. Although homosexuality, modernity and Americanization are not necessarily coter-minous (cf. Brenner 1998), the state treats them otherwise. Using antiquated laws that Singapore inherited from its days as a British factory, the state criminalizes same-sex acts as the results of the �immoral� American influence that industrialization exposed Singapore to in the late 1960s. However, I argue that homosexuality does indeed commensurate with the Singaporean state. Although Fridae.com continues to deny it, Nation presented the strongest statement of full national belonging gay Singaporeans have made thus far. Indeed, in attracting mostly moneyed gay men from Asia to its three nights of non-stop partying, Nation mimicked the Singaporean state in positing consumption as the basis of citizenship. In assuming that good consumption will literally buy gay Singaporeans full societal acceptance, Nation practices an assimilationist politics that Duggan (2003) calls �the new homonormativity.� Ironically, it takes IndigNation, with its free and diverse events that focused on inclusivity and community-building outside of consumption, to highlight both this commonality and the limits of homonormative model of gay citizenship that Nation presented.

The seeming incommensurability between homosexuality and the Singaporean state rests upon two bases. Legally speaking, same-sex acts remain chargeable offences in Singapore. Sections 377 and 377A of the Penal Code punish �unnatural� sex and gross indecency respectively, with life sentences as the maximum penalty. Media guidelines also forbid the positive portrayal of homosexuality. As recently as Oct 2006, the Media Development Authority (MDA) fined cable-TV provider Starhub Cable Vision (SCV) S$10,000 (US$6,500) for airing an episode of the American reality TV program Cheaters that featured footage of women engaging in m�nage � trois and bondage sex. Although SCV aired the heavily pixilated footage at midnight, the MDA still found it guilty of promoting lesbianism (The Straits Times 2006).

 
[email protected]
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Friday, 20 October 2006 00:00

Dear Sayoni members,

Imagine..A tantalizing barbecue spread at sunset by the poolside of the Hilton surrounded by some of hottest babes around Asia. How does that sound to you? Make that an entire weekend of activities by the women, only for the women.

Two Queens has it all planned for you at the NATION VI party for women � W @ Nation. The weekend promises to be one filled with festivities and fun where women can party alongside one another, forge new friendships (and something more) or to just chill out in the company of friends.

Besides exclusive female only programs such as an opening girl�s party and cabaret show, the W Party packages also includes entries to Fridae�s signature party Nation and closing party Hot Couture featuring the ever charismatic DJ Kate Monroe where we all join together and dance the night away as one big Fridae nation.

Package Info: Two Queens Party Queen Package: $250.00 or
Two Queens Absolute Queen Package (with accomdation) :

5D 4N Package (20th to 24th Oct)
Special Early Bird Price – till 8th Sept at $432.00
All Two Queens & Fridae members at $448.00
Standard Price : $480.00 (non-members)

Absolute Queen 4D 3N Packages (20th to 23rd Oct)
Special Early Bird Price – till 8th Sept at $387.00
All Two Queens & Fridae members at $408.00
Standard Price : $430 (non-members)

These packages are EXCLUSIVELY for the women and separate from the normal packages for the boys.
Prices have been packaged for a separate hotel, 2 x nation parties, 1 x exclusive girls party, BBQ Poolside dinner/ International Cabaret dinner & a whole load of other girly activites that runs exclusively for the girls only.

Full details on website.

Travelling Dates:
You can opt to travel from the 19th /20th to 22nd/23rd/24th Oct, depending on your own schedule. 24th oct, btw is a Hari Raya Puasa holiday in Singapore.

How to get there?
Jetstar is offering a special 2-way trip ticket at $251 (inclusive of taxes) This special rate can only be booked online if you book through the Fridae nation site. (not accesible through the jetstar asia website directly)

You can also try accessing www.tigerairways.com .The rates to fly to Phuket on the 18th or 19th Oct still cheap at the moment. At the same time, Tiger flys back to Singapore on the 23rd of Oct as well.

Who’s Going?
We have also tied up with girl groups from Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, & Thailand, so we are expecting this to be a regional event.

Special Promo:
The Early Bird packages have been extended till 8th September as the websites were launched later than expected.
We will be holding two promotions with Club95:
Club95 celebrates [email protected] Swing down on the 31st Aug or 9th September 8pm, and pay $95 off the package price (standard price) if you book on the spot*! Two Queens crew will be on hand to answer your queries about [email protected]

For More Details...
The [email protected] packages are offically launched on both www.fridae.com/nation & www.twoqueensparty.com !
To link up to the [email protected] on fridae, please click on the little woman figure on the right hand side of the screen. It will zip you onto a different page.

For more enquires, do give me shout at [email protected] or at 6224-3188.

We’ll see you at Phuket!
(www.twoqueensparty.com)

 
Double-bill charity premiere for AWARE and Cat Welfare Society
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Monday, 16 October 2006 00:00
Double-bill charity premiere for AWARE and Cat Welfare Society
Fridae is proud to announce a double-bill charity premiere of Imagine
Me & You and My Summer of Love in benefit of the Association of Women
for Action and Research and Cat Welfare Society on Sep 12 and Oct 16
in Singapore.
More about the movies, AWARE and CWS below.
Double-bill Charity Premiere presented by Fridae
Imagine Me and You Singapore Premiere
Date: 12 September 2006 (Tuesday)
Time: 9.15 pm
Venue: Shaw Lido 3
Price: USD$20 (approx. S$30)
Book online
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Tickets are also available at the [email protected] Launch party at Club 95 (95
Club St) on \nSaturday, Sept 9 from 8pm till late. For information and
ticket reservations, \ncall Rodin or Tiffany at 62762132 from 10am-7pm.
If you are unable to attend \nthe premieres but wish to make cash
donations to AWARE and the CWS, you may \ndo so through the Fridae Shop.

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Described by the BBC as a "romantic, hilarious and sometimes \npoignant
journey familiar to anyone who has ever fallen in love at \nfirst
sight," Imagine Me and You is written and directed by Ol Parker. \nThe
witty British romantic comedy stars Piper Perabo (who played a \ngay
teen in Lost and Delirious) as newlywed Rachel who finds her true \nlove
on her wedding day but, alas, it\’s not with her handsome, \nsweet,
kindly, husband-to-be! Whether or not she believes in love at \nsight,
Rachel has to choose between her husband and Luce (played by \nLena
Headey, The Brothers Grimm), the newlyweds\’ florist whom Rachel \nmeets
for the first time on her wedding day at the church.

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Based on a novel by Helen Cross, My Summer of Love tells the story \nof
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Date: 16 October 2006 (Monday)
Time: 9 pm
Venue: to be announced soon
Price: USD$20 (approx. S$30)
Book online

Tickets are also available at the [email protected] Launch party at Club 95 (95
Club St) on Saturday, Sept 9 from 8pm till late. For information and
ticket reservations, call Rodin or Tiffany at 62762132 from 10am-7pm.
If you are unable to attend the premieres but wish to make cash
donations to AWARE and the CWS, you may do so through the Fridae Shop.

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Described by the BBC as a “romantic, hilarious and sometimes poignant
journey familiar to anyone who has ever fallen in love at first
sight,” Imagine Me and You is written and directed by Ol Parker. The
witty British romantic comedy stars Piper Perabo (who played a gay
teen in Lost and Delirious) as newlywed Rachel who finds her true love
on her wedding day but, alas, it’s not with her handsome, sweet,
kindly, husband-to-be! Whether or not she believes in love at sight,
Rachel has to choose between her husband and Luce (played by Lena
Headey, The Brothers Grimm), the newlyweds’ florist whom Rachel meets
for the first time on her wedding day at the church.
Based on a novel by Helen Cross, My Summer of Love tells the story of
two 16-year-old girls’ brief but blazing relationship in the English D(["mb"," countryside. "If you leave me, I\'ll kill you," the pair swears to \neach other. It won the Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film at \nthe British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards 2005. \nNatalie Press, was named British Newcomer of the Year at the 2004 London \nFilm Critics Awards for her role as Mona, a working-class lass living \nwith her ex-con brother (Paddy Considine) above a dreary pub that \nthey inherited from their parents. She meets Tamsin (Emily Blunt who \nis recently seen in The Devil Wears Prada), a sultry beauty who \nwas suspended from boarding-school for being a "bad influence." The \nLos Angeles Times called it "a most provocative love story, about \ntwo people who will never forget each other, but not for anything like \nthe reasons they initially imagine."

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The double-bill Charity Premiere will benefit of the Association \nof Women for Action and Research (AWARE) and Cat Welfare Society \n(CWS). Fifty percent of proceeds will go to AWARE for its support, \nresearch and educational programmes and the rest to Cat Welfare \nSociety.

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AWARE is a voluntary organisation that has been promoting equal \nrights for women in Singapore since 1985 and works to empower women \nthrough positive social change.

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Corinna Lim Honorary Secretary of Aware said, "AWARE is delighted \nto work with Fridae in the screening of the premiere of Imagine You \nand Me, a bittersweet romantic comedy which, while it entertains, \nraises questions about the meaning of marriage, gender, and love in \nits different forms. AWARE supports each individual\'s right to be the \nbest that she or he can be, regardless of race, sex, religion \nand sexuality."

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The organisation also runs a Helpline at 1800 774 5935 between 3pm \nto 10pm on all working days as well as other services such as a \nLegal Clinic, Counselling and a Befrienders service. AWARE reaches out \nto",1] ); //

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countryside. “If you leave me, I’ll kill you,” the pair swears to each
other. It won the Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film at the
British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards 2005. Natalie
Press, was named British Newcomer of the Year at the 2004 London Film
Critics Awards for her role as Mona, a working-class lass living with
her ex-con brother (Paddy Considine) above a dreary pub that they
inherited from their parents. She meets Tamsin (Emily Blunt who is
recently seen in The Devil Wears Prada), a sultry beauty who was
suspended from boarding-school for being a “bad influence.” The Los
Angeles Times called it “a most provocative love story, about two
people who will never forget each other, but not for anything like the
reasons they initially imagine.”

The double-bill Charity Premiere will benefit of the Association of
Women for Action and Research (AWARE) and Cat Welfare Society (CWS).
Fifty percent of proceeds will go to AWARE for its support, research
and educational programmes and the rest to Cat Welfare Society.
AWARE is a voluntary organisation that has been promoting equal rights
for women in Singapore since 1985 and works to empower women through
positive social change.
Corinna Lim Honorary Secretary of Aware said, “AWARE is delighted to
work with Fridae in the screening of the premiere of Imagine You and
Me, a bittersweet romantic comedy which, while it entertains, raises
questions about the meaning of marriage, gender, and love in its
different forms. AWARE supports each individual’s right to be the best
that she or he can be, regardless of race, sex, religion and
sexuality.”
The organisation also runs a Helpline at 1800 774 5935 between 3pm to
10pm on all working days as well as other services such as a Legal
Clinic, Counselling and a Befrienders service. AWARE reaches out to //

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The Cat Welfare Society is a non-profit organisation, run entirely \nby volunteers to improve the welfare of stray cats in Singapore. It \nwas started in July 1999 by a group of friends in response to a \npublicised incident where five kittens were reported to have been burned \nalive in a box.

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Dawn Kua, CWS\' director of operations said: "We thank Fridae for hosting \nthis charity premiere for Cat Welfare Society and AWARE. It\'s a fantastic \neffort by Fridae to integrate our community together in our bid for a \ngracious Singapore."

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Today, the group aims to encourage people to help out with \na Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage (TNRM) programme, whereby cats are sterilised \nand put back into the communities they come from where they are managed by \nresidents who live there. This ensures that the cat population is managed and \ndoes not continue to grow, and is also a means by which residents help other \nresidents in their estate by dealing with any cat related complaints they \nmight have. Proceeds will fund sterilisation, educational material about the \nTNRM programme and adoption programmes.

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In related news, at least 20 felines have been found \nbrutally slaughtered and some with their throats slit in bushes and drains \nin the past two weeks. The CWS and the Society for the Prevention \nof Cruelty to Animals have set up a joint reward of S$2,000 (US$1,277) for \nanyone who can help arrest the culprit.

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Double-bill Charity Premiere presented by Fridae Imagine Me and You \nSingapore Premiere Date: 12 September 2006 (Tuesday) Time: 9.15 \npm Venue: Shaw Lido 3 Price: USD$20 (approx. S$30) Book online

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My Summer of Love Singapore Premiere Date: 16 October 2006 \n(Monday) Time: 9 pm Venue: to be announced soon Price: USD$20 (approx. \nS$30)",1] ); //

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about three thousand women every year through all the different
services.

The Cat Welfare Society is a non-profit organisation, run entirely by
volunteers to improve the welfare of stray cats in Singapore. It was
started in July 1999 by a group of friends in response to a publicised
incident where five kittens were reported to have been burned alive in
a box.
Dawn Kua, CWS’ director of operations said: “We thank Fridae for
hosting this charity premiere for Cat Welfare Society and AWARE. It’s
a fantastic effort by Fridae to integrate our community together in
our bid for a gracious Singapore.”
Today, the group aims to encourage people to help out with a
Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage (TNRM) programme, whereby cats are
sterilised and put back into the communities they come from where they
are managed by residents who live there. This ensures that the cat
population is managed and does not continue to grow, and is also a
means by which residents help other residents in their estate by
dealing with any cat related complaints they might have. Proceeds will
fund sterilisation, educational material about the TNRM programme and
adoption programmes.
In related news, at least 20 felines have been found brutally
slaughtered and some with their throats slit in bushes and drains in
the past two weeks. The CWS and the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals have set up a joint reward of S$2,000 (US$1,277)
for anyone who can help arrest the culprit.
Double-bill Charity Premiere presented by Fridae
Imagine Me and You Singapore Premiere
Date: 12 September 2006 (Tuesday)
Time: 9.15 pm
Venue: Shaw Lido 3
Price: USD$20 (approx. S$30)
Book online
My Summer of Love Singapore Premiere
Date: 16 October 2006 (Monday)
Time: 9 pm
Venue: to be announced soon
Price: USD$20 (approx. S$30) //

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Tickets are also available at the [email protected] \nLaunch party at Club 95 (95 Club St) on Saturday, Sept 9 from 8pm till late. \nFor information and ticket reservations, call Rodin or Tiffany at 62762132 \nfrom 10am-7pm. If you are unable to attend the premieres but wish to make \ncash donations to AWARE and the CWS, you may do so through the Fridae \nShop.

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Regards,
Sylvia \nTan
Editor
Fridae.com
Tel: +65 62762132
Mob: + 65 97471264
[email protected]

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Book online

Tickets are also available at the [email protected] Launch party at Club 95 (95
Club St) on Saturday, Sept 9 from 8pm till late. For information and
ticket reservations, call Rodin or Tiffany at 62762132 from 10am-7pm.
If you are unable to attend the premieres but wish to make cash
donations to AWARE and the CWS, you may do so through the Fridae Shop.
 
Child-Watch Phuket fundraiser @ Two Queens Party!
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Tuesday, 03 October 2006 00:00

Dear Two Queeners,

Me & a colleague recently went down to Phuket for [email protected] recce. Part of our trip was to visit Child-Watch Phuket, the orphanage we will be visiting on 23rd Oct, 2 to 5pm. Attached is a little of what they left we us while we were there, and what we hope to do during [email protected], to add a little sunshine to their lives. Child-Watch is run by a group of volunteers who gets a little help from strangers along the way, hence the development of a home to house the orphans, a school to teach the kids basic education, and a website to help Child-Watch Phuket gain awareness on a global level. What they lack though is continuing support to provide necessities (Books, Pens, Clothes, Milk) to provide for the children on a daily level, and most importantly, funds to eventually send these kids who are ready to enter primary education.

For our 3rd Oct Two Queens, we will be jumping in with a Child-Watch Phuket fundraiser party. If you�re not traveling to [email protected] with us, you may take this opportunity to contribute a little on your end. We will be holding various fundraising activities from 9pm onwards to add a little festival feel to Thumper.

For more info on Child-Watch Phuket, do log on www.phuket.com/child-watch If you are interesting in sponsoring a child�s education on a long-term level, do talk to us at the Oct Two Queens Party.

Cheers,
Wendy
www.twoqueensparty.com

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