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Party with Canto and Mandopop singers at Guinness Arthur’s Day Concert 2012



Mandopop and Cantopop-rock fans listen up! Taiwan's Shin, Malaysia's Gary Chaw, Hong Kong's Beyond ex-member, Paul Wong, and China's Della Ding will be heading to Singapore this September to headline a LIVE music event at The MAX Pavilion, Singapore Expo, in conjunction with Guinness Arthur's Day.

Concertgoers to Guinness Arthur's Day Concert 2012 will be treated to an evening of live music spanning over five hours as Shin, Gary, Paul and Della perform their hit songs.

Celebrated globally for the fourth year, Arthur's Day is an annual music event which celebrates Arthur Guinness's legacy and the much loved brand. This is set to be the biggest Arthur's Day yet, with celebration parties taking place in over 55 countries, with more than 1.5 million Guinness fans and music lovers.

Rene de Monchy, Head of Marketing for Asia Pacific Breweries Singapore said, "The Guinness Arthur's Day Concert will the brand's largest music event in Singapore and it will serve as a new platform for us to engage with our consumers over a night of quality live performances by regional music stars."

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First Olympic gold medal awarded to Chinese shooter



Eleven hours after the queen officially opened the Games of the XXX Olympiad and seven British youngsters lit the Olympic cauldron, the first gold medal of the Games was awarded. China's Yi Siling was victorious in the women's 10-meter air rifle shooting, an event which began before noon Saturday in London.

Yi narrowly finished ahead of Poland's Sylwia Bogacka in the competition. The two went shot for shot through much of the 10-shot competition before Yi, the prohibitive favorite entering the event, pulled ahead for the victory. Bogacka settled for the silver medal.

Yi's Chinese teammate, Dan Yu, finished with the bronze medal. This was Yi's first Olympic competition. The "Shooting Beauty," as she's been known, won the world championships in the 10m event in 2010.


Two Americans -- Jamie-Lynn Gray and Sarah Scherer -- were in the top eight, finishing fifth and seventh, respectively.

Defending Olympic champion, Katie Emmonso of the Czech Republic, struggled to make the final and could only muster a fourth-place finish. She is the wife of American shooting gold medalist Matt Emmons.

Sauce // Medal standings