Mingdao makes a comeback

  • SEA Games 50 day countdown day 40

    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 40

    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 40

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  • SEA Games 50 day countdown day 41

    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 41

    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 41

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  • SEA Games 50 day countdown day 43

    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 43

    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 43

    In celebration of its 42 years of serving the community through sport as well as to mark 42 days to the official opening of the year’s biggest sporting event – the 28th SEA Games, more than 300 Sport Singapore (SportSG) staff gathered in front of Stadium Roar to form the number 42. Significantly, this year also marks 42 years since Singapore hosted its first ever SEAP Games in 1973. …

20 Feb – Former 183 Club member, Mingdao recently announced his comeback into the entertainment industry.

However, as reported on Groove Asia website, the singer-turned-actor, who rose to fame through his popular drama, "The Prince Who Turns Into A Frog" revealed that he will not be returning as an actor, but as a television host.

The actor was reported to have been involved behind the scenes as a producer and will be signing a contract to host Anhui TV's variety show, "Unstoppable".

It was also reported that Anhui TV offered Mingdao RMB12 million to play both the host and the man behind the scene.

When asked why he chose hosting instead of acting, Mingdao said, "I wanted to rest. Furthermore, I don't feel like coming back to acting just yet."

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