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  1. NETS flash pay

    NETS appointed to handle transactions on unified e-payment platform at hawker centres, coffee shops

    This eliminates the need for multiple terminals or QR codes for stall holders, while customers can use 20 different e-payment options by August 2019.
  2. Our Tampines Hub hawker

    Alternative social enterprise hawker management model still being evaluated: Amy Khor

  3. Hawker Chan char siew

    Commentary: UNESCO listing may lift hawker culture but saving it is a different challenge

    The bid to list Singapore hawkers may help preserve hawker culture as a distinctive expression of Singapore’s customs but continued efforts are ...
  4. Tampines Heritage Trail (Tampines Round Market)

    Commentary: Our hawkers deserve more

    Those of us who can afford it shouldn’t complain when they raise their prices due to rising costs especially when so many of us recognise the ...
  5. edward leung

    Hong Kong activists facing extra charge over Mong Kok riot

    The men now face one count of rioting and one count of inciting a riot. No pleas were taken by them.
  6. hawker centre ang mo kio

    Hawkers discouraged from using disposable utensils, packaging: MEWR

    However, this would have to be weighed against practical challenges such as the cost of alternatives and greater inconvenience to hawkers and ...
  7. heritagefest popiah

    Singapore HeritageFest 2016 to feature more than 130 programmes

    The 13th edition of the festival will span three weekends. Highlights include pop-up hawker stalls, outdoor film screenings and a heritage trail ...
  8. Asia Default Image

    Hong Kong court drops charges against 10 alleged Mong Kok rioters

    The court heard that there was no evidence that the 10 defendants had conducted illegal activities or participated in the riots.
  9. Hong Kong skyline

    Hong Kong slashes taxes on personal income, businesses

    About 1.9 million taxpayers will benefit from the 75-per cent cut on personal income tax, Hong Kong's Financial Secretary John Tsang announces.