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VIRUS ALERT: 186 SARS cases reported here so far.

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The WEATHER on MONDAY (21 Apr 2003): Showers with thunder and gusty winds in the predawn hours and morning affecting many areas.  WEATHER OUTLOOK:  TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY: Showers expected in the late morning and early afternoon.     WATER TIDES (this month)  SUN Sunrise  6.59am    Sunset  7.08pm   MOON  Moonrise  11.46pm   Moonset  11.09am    PSI: 46 (good)   TEMPERATURE: 24-32 degrees Celsius (The weather is updated daily before 8am Singapore time) For more information, call Meteorological Service Singapore Tel: (65) 6542 7788.

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Art & Music celebrate life at Singapore Art Museum

 

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Spend a whole day at Singapore Art Museum this Sunday 27 April 2003 in the company of art and music. SAM has prepared some special live performances as well as a curator's tour in conjunction with the 20th Century Chinese Paintings in Singapore Collections at its premises.

Singapore Art Museum partners the Singapore Chinese Orchestra for the first time to present an enchanting evening of art and music in celebration of life! Don't miss the special programmes lined up just for you. Admission to all programmes is free.

From 4 pm - 6 pm, catch the exhibition which showcases the richness of local collections of
20th century Chinese paintings. The exhibition, with 70 works by the most significant artists of  the last century (including Ren Bonian, Wu Changshuo, Xu Beihong, Qi Baishi, Pan Tianshou, Zhang Daqian and Wu Guanzhong), provides an  opportunity for visitors to appreciate their collective output against the backdrop of one of the most tumultuous periods in Chinese and world history.

From 5 pm to 6 pm, join the Curator's tour of the same exhibition. The Meeting point is at the Lobby. Find out the exhibition highlights and insights into significant pieces of the exhibition from the perspective of the curator, Low Sze Wee.
(Conducted in English)

From 6 pm to 6.45pm, enjoy live performances at the Glass Hall. Be enthralled by 10 live acts including performances on the Yangqin, poetry
recitals and folk songs items presented by the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, Singapore Literature Society and Echo Philharmonic Society.
(Performances include items in Mandarin. Light refreshments will be provided after the concert.)

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Health Minister LIM Hng Kiang yesterday estimated the total quarantine numbers for the Pasir Panjang Wholesale Market to be 2,400, based on the assumption that each of the 800 tenants might have hired two helpers. Three SARS victims, one of whom has died, all worked at separate buildings in the 26-block market. (H1)

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has announced that their lecturers can choose whether they want to focus on teaching or research. They will be allowed to spend up to 75 per cent of their time teaching or doing research instead of dividing the time equally between the two. (H6)

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Paris: French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy drew boos and whistles at the annual Union of Islamic Organisations in France when he insisted that Muslim women must remove their veils for identity photographs. (5)

 

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