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Old November 11th, 2005, 04:03 PM
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Hi Everyone,

I received this press release from Star Cruises and thought it would
be of interest. If you have missed any of my news' postings, they are
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"KINGDOM OF KUNG FU" SET TO THRILL AUDIENCES ONBOARD SUPERSTAR VIRGO

Star Cruises, the "Leading Cruise Line in Asia-Pacific", is pleased to
introduce its latest production show entitled 'Kingdom of Kung Fu'
onboard Asia's popular cruise ship SuperStar Virgo.

"Kingdom of Kung Fu" is an all new show that features a stunning
combination of martial arts, dance, acrobatics and gymnastics.
Produced entirely by the Star Cruises entertainment team, the
spectacular USD 1 million production brings together a multi-award
winning international cast of 30 talented artistes from Europe, South
America and Asia.

The shows will be staged at the magnificent 934-seat Lido show lounge,
equipped with state-of-the-art light, sound and stage features.

"The introduction of new and spectacular shows like "Kingdom of Kung
Fu" are part of the ongoing efforts by Star Cruises to enhance the
varied choice of entertainment and activities that are available
onboard our ships, in providing guests with a truly world class
cruise experience," said Mr. Chong Chee Tut, Star Cruises' Chief
Operating Officer.

"Kingdom of Kung Fu" showcases the power and action of the Shaolin
Masters, combined with the grace and fluidity of dance and the
precision and strength of gymnastics and acrobatics. It reflects a
fusion of cultures which sees good triumph over evil in cleverly
choreographed sequences complemented with dramatic sound, lights,
special effects, stage props and backdrops.

"This is the second time that Star Cruises has embarked on producing a
show of such magnitude following 'Sorpresa' which was a great success.
It is also a first for the Shaolin Masters to be featured onboard a
cruise ship," said Mr. Looi Ban Cheng, Star Cruises' Vice President
for Entertainment.

"The show has all the ingredients that make it highly entertaining and
would appeal to a wide range of audiences," he added.

The new show season begins on 13 November 2005 on SuperStar Virgo's
3-night cruises to Penang and Phuket, 2-night cruises to Malacca and
Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) and weekend cruises out of Singapore.

About Star Cruises

Star Cruises, the third largest cruise operator in the world is a
global cruise brand with a combined fleet of 22 ships in service and
due to be delivered with about 35,000 lower berths, cruising to
destinations and islands in Asia-Pacific, North and South America,
Hawaii, Caribbean, Alaska, Europe, Mediterranean, Bermuda and the
Antarctica under the Star Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, NCL America,
Orient Lines and Cruise Ferries brands.

Star Cruises is represented in more than 20 locations world-wide with
offices in Australia, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia,
Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Sweden,
Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the United
States of America.

 




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