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Dennis Chew gets ‘rescued’ by Superman

Singapore radio station Love 97.2FM deejay Dennis Chew got ‘rescued’ by a painted Superman, during a special event to thank Y.E.S. 93.3FM, Love 97.2FM and Capital 95.8FM listeners for their support.

SINGAPORE: Singapore radio station Love 97.2FM deejay Dennis Chew got ‘rescued’ by a painted Superman, during a special event to thank Y.E.S. 93.3FM, Love 97.2FM and Capital 95.8FM listeners for their support.

The three Mandarin radio stations were named the top three most listened-to radio stations in Singapore in the latest Nielsen Radio Diary Survey, which tracks the consumption behaviour of listeners in Singapore.

The Superman painting was part of a collection of 3D artworks on display at the Alive Museum Singapore which are designed to fool the camera and create interesting photographs.

Chew and deejays from all three radio stations took the chance to ham it up for the camera, alongside some 200 radio fans who attended the event on Saturday.

While Chew was hanging out with Superman, Y.E.S. 93.3FM deejays Jeff Goh and Zhong Kun Hua as well as Y.E.S. 93.3FM Programme Director Cruz Teng were busy trying to escape a horde of zombies.

Y.E.S. 93.3FM deejays Chen Ning and Xie Jia Fa on the other hand were spotted sailing in a giant paper boat.

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