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4 Women Arrested For Creating Ruckus At Balestier Bak Kut Teh Shop

Police have conformed that four women had been arrested after a police report were made against them fighting a group of two men and a woman at a bak kut teh in Balestier. A video of the women creating a public nuisance there have been circulating online, although no explanation as tho what made the women attack the group have been made public.

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FAMOUS BAK KUT TEH RESTAURANT CLOSES SHOP FOR FINAL TIME TODAY

The younger brother told reporters that they were unable to retain staff for the past one to two years, and that most local workers wanted to quit after two days. Extended family members, who used to help, are now too busy with their own lives to continue helping, and currently only the younger brother, his wife and one employee are manning the restaurant. But the employee also quit in March this year, due to her husband's ill health, thus the shortage of manpower issue became severe.

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FORMER NUS FT SCHOLAR ALVIVI DEFEATS “BAK KUT TEH” CHARGES

Former sex bloggers Alvin Tan and Vivian Lee won a legal victory this morning when they succeeded in getting a charge of causing religious hostility stemming from a mock Ramadhan video last year dismissed. According to The Star on its website today, the Court of Appeal ruled that Section 298A of the Penal Code was not applicable to the duo who goes by the contraction “Alvivi” as they were non-Muslims.

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Making no bones about that young bak kut teh hawker’s business.

Jun Yuan, who had burst into the scene with great fanfare last September afterleaving his job as a product manager to become a hawker, shockingly announced the closure of his business at the end of last month citing, amongst other things,the labour crunch. He had explained that it had been difficult finding staff, and one that had even pilfered from his takings. In one of the interviews with independent media Jun Yuan also mentioned that he went as far as to put down a deposit for a second outlet, but without being able to hire to help man the additional branch, he had to shelf those plans.

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Young hawker closes stall because of labour crunch

Seetoh criticised how Singaporeans do not want to take up such manual jobs, even when the pay is above what the market is paying. “Employers in this field are already paying more, a lot more than government recommendations, yet, they know deep in their hearts, no Singaporeans will take up such professions and jobs, no matter how desperate they are. They often have a handout mentality.” “I say, give these jobs to people around who wants it,” he posted on his page, “not protect it for Sgprns who can’t be bothered. Blink on this n yr kids will be stuffing machine made food including burgers (cos there’s lotsa funding available for souless , non artisanal food craft) in their face and wonder if all this makan culture really existed, when they grow up.”

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SINGAPORE: NG AH SIO BAK KUT TEH

This dish is a renounced across the Asian palate. It is also one of Singapore’s celebrated breakfast food. Nestled in a typical Singapore shop house, near Little India, is one of the nations favorite bak kut teh seller: Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh. However, besides their legendary bak kut teh, they have also had their fair share of bad publicity when they refused to to open beyond its usual operating hours to serve then Hong Kong Chief Executive, Donald Tsang in 2006

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