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  1. Snack sellers like Gina Rajan of Gina's Vadai may be facing more uncertainty than other hawkers.

    A ‘miracle’ once saved these hawkers’ lives. Their stall is now battling to survive again

    The founders of Gina’s Vadai almost ended it all in despair years ago, but a phone call revived their fortunes. The programme On The Red Dot finds ...
  2. People shop for fish at a wet market in Singapore

    Commentary: Plenty of fish in the sea? Seafood-loving Singapore may not have its fill in the future

    With all the stresses on the seafood industry, it’s time to think about the bigger questions during our trips to the market, says NTU’s William Chen.
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    Intermittent fasting for beginners – and what you may not know

    How effective can such diets be for weight loss, reducing your cholesterol or burning fat? Can they be dangerous? And what role does culture play ...
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    The one about food security, body shaming, saving a life and lives lost.

    Up for consideration this week - From Singapore topping the list for food security to the body shaming of Singapore's (first and only) Olympic ...
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    Ep 10: Hawk This Way – Snack Sellers

    The Changs make curry puffs with a twist. Gina’s vadai recipe once saved her life. But as customers prioritise staple meals for takeaways during ...
  6. Teochew fish ball noodle seller Sim Ah Tee operates in a private coffee shop at 27 Jalan Berseh.

    Hawkers and their heirs struggle with uncertainty — and lack of rental relief

    The son of a Teochew fish ball noodle seller gave up after 10 years, while a popiah heir feels thin margins are akin to building a house on sand, ...
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    Forget tweeting and selfies: What the Internet really wants is to watch you eat

    Videos with the hashtag “whatieatinaday” have been viewed more than 7 billion times on TikTok. The Financial Times’ Elaine Moore digs into the ...
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    Ep 9: Hawk This Way: Ah Tee Ko Ko Mee And My Cosy Corner

    With COVID-19 restricting dining-in, delivery has become a lifeline for hawkers. But for Ah Tee Ko Ko Mee and My Cosy Corner, not having a ...
  9. Ng Kok Hua has survived decades in the hawker trade. But age is catching up with the 64-year-old.

    Singapore’s ageing heritage hawkers hope for successors; one has put up recipe for sale

    Times are tough, especially for hawkers in the business district. The programme On The Red Dot meets two masters of the trade whose decades-old ...