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Luke Evans shows the nice side of Vlad the Impaler in Dracula Untold
In his new role as the world's most famous vampire, Luke Evans wants to show the nicer side of the man behind the myth.
The star of Dracula Untold also shares about learning Turkish from an Irish kebab shop near the film set. Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 1.
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13-year-old sailor strikes gold at Asian Games as youngsters make their mark
Earlier this month, sailors Colin Cheng and Elizabeth Yin secured spots for Singapore at the 2016 Rio Olympics in the Laser and Laser Radial classes.
And the fine run continued for SingaporeSailing as their sailors kept up the winning tradition at the Asian Games when they bagged two golds, two silvers and two bronze medals in Incheon, South Korea, at the end of fleet racing at the Wangsan Sailing Marina yesterday.
Two young guns, who have yet to reach 1.50 metres, stood tall, creating Singapore sailing history.
Jodie Lai, 13, became Singapore’s youngest Asian Games gold medallist when she won the women’s Optimist event with a net score of 22 points after 12 races, four ahead of China’s Yu Huijia and Thailand’s Kamonchanok Klahan.
Meanwhile, 12-year-old Raynn Kwok became Singapore’s youngest Asian Games medallist when he picked up a silver medal in the men’s Optimist- with a net score of 36 points after 12 races, 20 behind winner Park Sungbin from South Korea, and one ahead of Thailand’s Suthon Yampinid.
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