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Cavin Soh
Born (1970-11-17) 17 November 1970 (age 52)[1]
NationalitySingaporean
EducationUniversity of Glasgow
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Maris Stella High School
OccupationActor, host, singer
Years active1990s-present
Agent
  • Hype Records
SpouseSerena Yeo
Children2
AwardsStar Awards 2005: Best Supporting Actor
Star Awards 2014: Best Info-ed Programme Show Host
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese蘇梽誠
Simplified Chinese苏梽诚
Musical career

Cavin Soh (Chinese: 苏梽诚; pinyin: Sū Zhīcheng, born 17 November 1970) (苏智诚/苏志诚 Su Zhi Cheng previous name) is a Singaporean actor, host, watch dealer and singer.

Career

Cavin Soh used to be a lead singer in the band Dreamz FM (梦飞船)[2] and a radio deejay on MediaCorp's Chinese language station Y.E.S. 93.3FM before switching to television and acting. In 2005, he won the Best Supporting Actor award for his portrayal of Zhou Daqiu, the antagonist, in Portrait of Home. The character was also voted the Top 10 Most Memorable Villains at the Star Awards 2007 anniversary special.

Besides acting in dramas, he still juggles his musical interests with television commitments. He has written and performed the theme songs of a number of drama series and was a judge on SuperBand and Campus SuperStar.

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YES 933

YES 933

YES 933, formerly known as 933醉心频道, is a Mandarin radio station owned by Mediacorp in Singapore. The station now holds the slogan of 顶尖流行音乐电台,引领潮流时代. It is a 24-hour music station that plays contemporary hits. It also includes a modern trendy mixture of lifestyle, food and travel tips as well as on weekend getaways. This is a station that caters to youngsters by allowing them to get informed about what is trending now in terms of life and playing fresh new launch songs as a global premiere in the first minute. YES 933 ended its broadcast on 20 January 2017 at 10:00 at Caldecott Broadcast Centre and thereafter, moved to the new campus at 1 Stars Avenue. The first programme was broadcast there from 12:00 on the same day.

Portrait of Home

Portrait of Home

Portrait of Home is a Chinese language drama serial which was filmed for and broadcast on Singapore's Mediacorp TV Channel 8 in 2005. It stars Adrian Pang, Xiang Yun, Louise Lee, Richard Low, Pierre Png and Felicia Chin as the casts of the series. It is shown on weekdays at 7pm.

Star Awards 2007

Star Awards 2007

Star Awards 2007 was a television award ceremony held in Singapore. It is part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It was the first Star Awards ceremony to be broadcast in two weeks putting emphasis on two programmes; the first ceremony, broadcast on 9 December 2007, titled 红星大奖之戏剧情牵25, commentating 25 years of drama in the Television in Singapore. The second show, airing 16 December 2007, would be a regular ceremony.

SuperBand

SuperBand

SuperBand is a spin-off of Project SuperStar, a popular singing talent-search competition in Singapore. Contestants are bands of 2 to 6 people.

Campus SuperStar

Campus SuperStar

Campus SuperStar is a Singaporean reality television singing competition to find new singing talent, contested by aspiring singers drawn from public auditions. The show began on 2 January 2006 and is broadcast on MediaCorp Channel U. It is a spin-off of Project SuperStar, and contestants comprise students from secondary schools, junior colleges and institutes of technical education.

Personal life

Cavin was schooled at Maris Stella High School (Primary and Secondary). Afterwards, he graduated with a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Thereafter, he was conferred with an honours degree from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. He married Serena Yeo in December 2009, and they have a son Kayden (2011) and a daughter Bethany (2013).[3]

Filmography

Television

Year Work Role Notes Ref
2002 Don't Worry, Be Happy 敢敢做个开心人 sitcom
Taste of Life
2003 True Heroes 真心英雄 Wu Zhiguang 吴志光
A Child's Hope 孩有明天 Fan Danshun
Home in Toa Payoh 家在大巴窑 Zhou Pengkun 周朋琨
2004 I Love My Home 我爱我家
2005 My Lucky Charm 情来运转 Chen Qingyun 陈青云
Portrait of Home 同心圆 Zhou Daqiu 周大丘
Portrait of Home II 同心圆2
2006 My Sassy Neighbour II Ah Huat
A Million Treasures 百万宝
2007 Mars vs Venus Hanns 吴国汉
Metamorphosis 破茧而出 Jin Yongjian
2008 Our Rice House 我们的饭店 Xiao Fan
Love Blossoms II 心花朵朵开 Pan Jiaqiang
2009 Perfect Cut II 一切完美2 Patrick
Your Hand in Mine 想握你的手 Wu Youli
吴有礼
2010 Mrs P.I. 查某人 Zhang Yongjun 章永俊
Secret Garden 秘密花园 Cameo
2011 The In-Laws 麻婆斗妇 Wang Jieqi 王杰奇
Love Thy Neighbour 四个门牌一个梦 Dai Deliang 戴德良
2012 Jump! 跳浪 Yan Tianfa 颜天发
Yours Fatefully 孤男寡女 Wu Zhenbang 吴振邦
Don't Stop Believin' 我们等你! Zhou Yaoguang 周耀光
2013 C.L.I.F. 2 警徽天职2 Jimmy Dai Dadong 戴大东
Disclosed 揭秘 Guo Zijian 郭子建
2014 C.L.I.F. 3 警徽天职3 Jimmy Dai Dadong 戴大东
Against the Tide 逆潮 Chen Zhifeng 陈志丰 Cameo
118 Lin Zhigao 林志高
2015 Let It Go 分手快乐 Man, Wen Xiongqiang 文雄强
Life Is Beautiful Fei Ge 肥哥
2016 Eat Already? 吃饱没? Big Boss 大老板
118 II Lin Zhigao 林志高
2017 Home Truly 回家 Bao Weibin 包韦斌
Mightiest Mother In Law Zhang Zhongming 张忠鸣
My Teacher Is a Thug Zeng Guangrong 曾光荣
2018 Jalan Jalan 带你去走走 Liu Jiannan 刘建南
2019 Hello From The Other Side-Its Time 阴错阳差 — 时辰到 Luo Wen 罗纹
The Good Fight 致胜出击 Simon Leong 西门梁
2020 A Quest to Heal Hao Si Wen 郝斯文
Recipe of Life 味之道 Qian Ruowei 钱若微
2021 The Peculiar Pawnbroker 人心鉴定师 Su Kaili 蘇凱力
Mr Zhou's Ghost stories @ Job Haunting 周公讲鬼@行行都撞鬼 Ah Seng 阿Seng
2022 Dark Angel 黑天使 Su Zhian 苏知安
Soul Detective 灵探 Wu Meizhen 吴美真 Sunny Side Up Vincent Ong

Variety Shows

Year Work Notes
2006 Night Walk 步夜城
Where the Queue Starts 排排站,查查看 Co-hosted with Bryan Wong
2007 Where the Queue Starts 2 排排站,查查看2 Co-hosted with Bryan Wong
Nominated – Best Variety Show Host, Star Awards 2007
Barter Trade II 物物大交换II
2008 Junior Home Decor Survivor 迷你摆家乐
2009 Where the Queue Starts 3 排排站,查查看3 Co-hosted with Bryan Wong
2010 Gatekeepers Guest appearance (2 episodes)
2012 Knock! Knock! Who's There? 啊!是你到我家! Nominated, Best Variety Show Host, Star Awards 2013

Co-hosted with Bryan Wong

2013 Where the Queue Starts 4 排排站,查查看4 Co-hosted with Bryan Wong
Let's Cook 全民新煮意 Won, Best Info-ed Programme Show Host, Star Awards 2014

Co-hosted with Quan Yi Fong

2014 Back to School 超龄插班生 Co-hosted with Jeremy Tian
2019 The Destined One Guest Matchmaker
2021 三把刀 Host

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A Child's Hope

A Child's Hope

A Child's Hope is a MediaCorp TV Channel 8 Chinese drama which stars Tay Ping Hui, Phyllis Quek and Huang Biren. It was aired in 2003 on weekday nights at 5:30pm and ran for 2 series. Scenes were filmed at the Singapore General Hospital and National University Hospital. The opening theme 为明天 was used for both seasons.

Home in Toa Payoh

Home in Toa Payoh

Home in Toa Payoh is a Singapore Chinese drama which had its original run telecast in December 2003. The drama is produced by Singapore's MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It was re-aired in 2007 on every weekday, 5.30pm on Channel 8.

My Lucky Charm

My Lucky Charm

My Lucky Charm 情来运转 is a 25 episode Chinese drama shown on MediaCorp Channel 8 in Singapore and made its debut on 3 January 2005.

A Million Treasures

A Million Treasures

A Million Treasures is a Singaporean Chinese drama that was telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. This show, consisting of 25 episodes, made its debut on 4 December 2006 and ended its run on 5 January 2007. The theme song of the show is sung by Mi Lu Bing.

Mars vs Venus

Mars vs Venus

Mars vs Venus is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It made its debut on 1 May 2007 and ended its run on 28 May 2007. It was screened on every weekday night, 9pm. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes. The name of this show refers to the book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus by John Gray.

Metamorphosis (TV series)

Metamorphosis (TV series)

Metamorphosis is a Singaporean Chinese action thriller drama which is being telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It made its debut on 18 September 2007, screening at 9 PM every night on weekdays. The serial consists of 20 episodes. In the last few episodes, the serial recorded a viewership rate of over 1 million and was awarded the "Best Drama Series Award" in the Star Awards 2007. Yvonne Lim also received the "Best Actress Award" in the same event.

Our Rice House

Our Rice House

Our Rice House is a modern Singaporean Chinese 8 episode family drama which is telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It made its debut on 4 February 2008.

Love Blossoms II

Love Blossoms II

Love Blossoms II is the second part of the long-running Chinese drama produced by Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It stars Chen Shucheng, Ivy Lee, Felicia Chin, Zhang Yaodong, Terence Cao, Zheng Geping & Chew Chor Meng as the casts of the series. It is the sequel of Love Blossoms. It is shown on weekdays at 7pm.

Perfect Cut

Perfect Cut

Perfect Cut is a Singaporean Chinese drama series which aired on MediaCorp Channel U. The second season debuted on 4 March 2009 in the weekday 10:00pm slot. It features former MediaCorp artistes such as Edmund Chen and Zheng Wanling in main roles.

Mrs P.I.

Mrs P.I.

Mrs P.I. is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It stars Michelle Chong, Cynthia Koh, Apple Hong, Zhang Zhenhuan, Zheng Geping, Yao Wenlong & Cavin Soh as the casts of the series. It made its debut on 8 November 2010 and ended on 3 December 2010. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm. The encore is being made from 2 November 2011 to 29 November 2011 at every weekday at 5:30pm.

Jump! (TV series)

Jump! (TV series)

Jump! (跳浪) is a Singaporean Chinese drama which aired on MediaCorp Channel U in May 2012. It was aired on weekdays in the 10pm time slot. The series features Jeanette Aw, Zhang Zhenhuan, and Taiwan-based Singaporean singer Wong Jing Lun in his acting debut.

Don't Stop Believin' (TV series)

Don't Stop Believin' (TV series)

Don't Stop Believin' is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 14 August 2012. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes and was screened on weekdays at 9:00 pm. It stars Felicia Chin, Elvin Ng, Romeo Tan, Edwin Goh, Kimberly Chia, Ian Fang & Xu Bin as the casts of this series.

Discography

Drama Theme Songs

Song Series Notes
《迟》 A Quest to Heal Ending Theme Song
《Learn To Let Go》 Jalan Jalan 帶你去走走 Ending Theme Song
《路过》 The In-Laws
《知足》 The Best Things in Life Nominated – Best Drama Theme Song, Star Awards 2011
《想握你的手》 Your Hand in Mine episodes 91 – 180
《企鹅爸爸》 Daddy at Home Nominated – Best Drama Theme Song, Star Awards 2010
《太习惯》 Love Blossoms II
《完整》
《无可取代》 Love Blossoms (I & II)
《心花朵朵开》 Love Blossoms (I & II) Nominated – Best Drama Theme Song, Star Awards 2009
《自己的天空》 Home in Toa Payoh Nominated – Best Drama Theme Song, Star Awards 2004
《身边的你》 Viva Le Famille II Nominated – Best Drama Theme Song, Star Awards 2003

Dreamz FM

Singles
Year Song Notes
1999 "Together" 《心连心》 Sung with Evelyn Tan
National Day 1999 theme song
2001 《天外有情》 Theme song of Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng 2
《天天好心情》 Theme song of Story of Ah-Can
2002 《快乐至上》 One of the theme songs of Springs of Life
2016 Jiak Ba Buay (吃饱没) Theme song of Jiak Ba Buay
2022 When Duty Calls 2 (卫国先锋2) Theme song of ' 'Nu Fang (怒放)

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A Quest to Heal

A Quest to Heal

A Quest to Heal is a 2020 Singaporean Chinese-language drama series. It tells the story of a heroine and an imperial guard who accidentally travels from the Ming Dynasty to modern Singapore, and together they face the evil palace forces, who plan to rule both worlds.

Star Awards 2011

Star Awards 2011

Star Awards 2011 was a double television award ceremony held in Singapore. It is part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for the two free-to-air channels, MediaCorp Channel 8 and MediaCorp Channel U.

Daddy at Home

Daddy at Home

Daddy at Home (企鹅爸爸) is a Singaporean television series which debuted on the local Chinese language channel Channel 8 on 2 November 2009. It stars Li Nanxing, Chen Hanwei, Ann Kok, Cynthia Koh, Dawn Yeoh & Adam Chen as the casts of the series. It was screened every night at 9pm from Monday to Friday.

Star Awards 2010

Star Awards 2010

Star Awards 2010 was a double television award ceremony held in Singapore. It is part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for the two free-to-air channels, MediaCorp Channel 8 and MediaCorp Channel U.

Love Blossoms II

Love Blossoms II

Love Blossoms II is the second part of the long-running Chinese drama produced by Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It stars Chen Shucheng, Ivy Lee, Felicia Chin, Zhang Yaodong, Terence Cao, Zheng Geping & Chew Chor Meng as the casts of the series. It is the sequel of Love Blossoms. It is shown on weekdays at 7pm.

Love Blossoms

Love Blossoms

Love Blossoms was the long-running drama produced by Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. Part 1 was aired from 28 May 2008 to 15 August 2008, and consisted of 58 episodes. It is shown on weekdays at 7pm. Part 2, consisting of 55 episodes, was aired from 2 December 2008 to 9 February 2009. It is now repeats its telecast on Tuesdays - Saturdays at 5am after Your Hand In Mine

Star Awards 2009

Star Awards 2009

Star Awards 2009 was a television award ceremony held in Singapore. It was part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for its Chinese language division. The awards took place at 26 April 2009 starting at 7pm at MediaCorp Studios, followed by a post-show party airing on Channel U after the ceremony ended.

Home in Toa Payoh

Home in Toa Payoh

Home in Toa Payoh is a Singapore Chinese drama which had its original run telecast in December 2003. The drama is produced by Singapore's MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It was re-aired in 2007 on every weekday, 5.30pm on Channel 8.

Star Awards 2004

Star Awards 2004

Star Awards 2004 was a television award telecasted in 2004 as part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for MediaCorp TV Channel 8. This award was the 11th installment since its first presentation in 1994, ten years ago. This award ceremony saw revamps to various category awards, such as the introduction to the All-Time Favourite Artiste, popularity polls held in Taiwan and Malaysia were discontinued and the retirement of the Special Achievement Award.

Evelyn Tan

Evelyn Tan

Evelyn Tan is a Singaporean actress and former singer. She was prominently a full-time Mediacorp artiste from 1997 to 2005.

Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng 2

Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng 2

Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng 2 is a television series adapted from Gu Long's Lu Xiaofeng novel series. The series is a sequel to Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng and was first broadcast in June 2001.

Springs of Life

Springs of Life

Springs of Life (春到人间) is a Singaporean Chinese drama which aired in 2002. It was produced following the success of Wok of Life. Unusual for a locally produced period drama at that time, the theme song's introduction is in a rock and roll style.

Accolades

Star Awards – Acting / Hosting Awards
Year Ceremony Category Nominated work Result
2003 10th Star Awards Ceremony Best Theme Song Viva Le Famille II Nominated
2004 11th Star Awards Ceremony Best Theme Song Home in Toa Payoh Nominated
2005 12th Star Awards Ceremony Best Supporting Actor Portrait of Home (as Zhou Daqiu) Won
2007 14th Star Awards Ceremony Best Supporting Actor Mars vs Venus (as Hanns) Nominated
14th Star Awards Ceremony Best Variety Show Host Where The Queue Starts 2 Nominated
14th Star Awards Ceremony Top 10 Most Memorable Villains Portrait of Home (as Zhou Daqiu) Won
2009 15th Star Awards Ceremony Best Theme Song Love Blossoms Nominated
2010 16th Star Awards Ceremony Best Theme Song Daddy at Home Nominated
2011 17th Star Awards Ceremony Best Theme Song The Best Things in Life Nominated
2012 18th Star Awards Ceremony Best Supporting Actor Love Thy Neighbour (as Dai Deliang) Nominated
2013 19th Star Awards Ceremony Best Variety Show Host Knock! Knock! Who's There? Nominated
2014 20th Star Awards Ceremony Best Info-ed Show Host Let's Cook Won
2017 23rd Star Awards Ceremony Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes Top 20
2021 26th Star Awards Ceremony Best Programme Host King of Culinary S2 Nominated

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Star Awards

Star Awards

The Star Awards are awards for artistic and technical merit in the media organisation Mediacorp of Singapore where Mediacorp recognises entertainers under their employment for outstanding performances of the year.

Star Awards 2003

Star Awards 2003

Star Awards 2003 was an awards ceremony part of the annual Star Awards held by MediaCorp Channel 8 on 7 December 2003. The tenth installment of Star Awards were hosted by Timothy Chao for the sixth consecutive ceremony, along with current affairs hostess and nominee for the Best News and Current Affairs Presenter Chun Guek Lay.

Star Awards for Best Theme Song

Star Awards for Best Theme Song

The Star Awards for Best Theme Song is an award presented annually at the Star Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1994.

Star Awards 2004

Star Awards 2004

Star Awards 2004 was a television award telecasted in 2004 as part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for MediaCorp TV Channel 8. This award was the 11th installment since its first presentation in 1994, ten years ago. This award ceremony saw revamps to various category awards, such as the introduction to the All-Time Favourite Artiste, popularity polls held in Taiwan and Malaysia were discontinued and the retirement of the Special Achievement Award.

Home in Toa Payoh

Home in Toa Payoh

Home in Toa Payoh is a Singapore Chinese drama which had its original run telecast in December 2003. The drama is produced by Singapore's MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It was re-aired in 2007 on every weekday, 5.30pm on Channel 8.

Star Awards 2005

Star Awards 2005

Star Awards 2005 was the 12th Star Awards ceremony, held on 4 December 2005. It was part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for MediaCorp TV Channel 8. Following MediaCorp's merger with SPH MediaWorks on 1 January 2005, the nominees included artistes from the former SPH MediaWorks Channel U, many of whom were former employees of MediaCorp and its predecessor Television Corporation of Singapore. MediaCorp TV Channel 8 broadcast the awards ceremony from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm while SPH MediaWorks Channel U, aired the ceremony for the first time and began broadcasting the ceremony at 7:30 pm.

Star Awards for Best Supporting Actor

Star Awards for Best Supporting Actor

The Star Awards for Best Supporting Actor is an award presented annually at the Star Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1994.

Portrait of Home

Portrait of Home

Portrait of Home is a Chinese language drama serial which was filmed for and broadcast on Singapore's Mediacorp TV Channel 8 in 2005. It stars Adrian Pang, Xiang Yun, Louise Lee, Richard Low, Pierre Png and Felicia Chin as the casts of the series. It is shown on weekdays at 7pm.

Star Awards 2007

Star Awards 2007

Star Awards 2007 was a television award ceremony held in Singapore. It is part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It was the first Star Awards ceremony to be broadcast in two weeks putting emphasis on two programmes; the first ceremony, broadcast on 9 December 2007, titled 红星大奖之戏剧情牵25, commentating 25 years of drama in the Television in Singapore. The second show, airing 16 December 2007, would be a regular ceremony.

Mars vs Venus

Mars vs Venus

Mars vs Venus is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It made its debut on 1 May 2007 and ended its run on 28 May 2007. It was screened on every weekday night, 9pm. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes. The name of this show refers to the book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus by John Gray.

Star Awards 2009

Star Awards 2009

Star Awards 2009 was a television award ceremony held in Singapore. It was part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for its Chinese language division. The awards took place at 26 April 2009 starting at 7pm at MediaCorp Studios, followed by a post-show party airing on Channel U after the ceremony ended.

Love Blossoms

Love Blossoms

Love Blossoms was the long-running drama produced by Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. Part 1 was aired from 28 May 2008 to 15 August 2008, and consisted of 58 episodes. It is shown on weekdays at 7pm. Part 2, consisting of 55 episodes, was aired from 2 December 2008 to 9 February 2009. It is now repeats its telecast on Tuesdays - Saturdays at 5am after Your Hand In Mine

Source: "Cavin Soh", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cavin_Soh.

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References
  1. ^ "CavinSoh 苏梽诚 on Instagram: "I am half a century old!😁😁 This year's celebration is very different. No big gatherings.. Only with family. Some ask me how do I feel being 50? Being 50 is GREAT!!! Having all my love ones around me. My parents strong and healthy and blowing my birthday candles together with me. My wife and sister arranging all the surprises for me. Feeding me with all the good food. My wife and kids telling me how they love me and how a great husband/Dad I am. Receiving hundreds of birthday wishes from all the people i care. My cooking show debut is right after my birthday. Celebrating my 1st birthday together with #Mediacorp Being able to wake up everyday doing what I like most! I can't ask for more. I'm so blessed!!! This birthday is so special! I will always remember this special day! Let's stay healthy and safe! Thank you. 😁😁 #cavinsoh @cavinsoh #sohhappyfamily @the_celebrityagency @serenacyeo #苏梽诚 @adakohhn @ngohyz"".
  2. ^ Hype Records – Dreamz FM Archived 25 January 2013 at archive.today
  3. ^ "Cavin Soh: 'Oh My God! I am a father!'". Channel News Asia. 16 March 2011.
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