Posts Tagged: vanishing trades

Pek Sin Choon – Behind the oldest tea merchant in Singapore

For fourth-generation owner Kenry Peh, keeping the business of Pek Sin Choon (白新春) going is more than just packaging it for profits. Over what else but numerous blends of his trademark tea, Kenry shares not so much a philosophy, but

Pek Sin Choon – Behind the oldest tea merchant in Singapore

For fourth-generation owner Kenry Peh, keeping the business of Pek Sin Choon (白新春) going is more than just packaging it for profits. Over what else but numerous blends of his trademark tea, Kenry shares not so much a philosophy, but

Roadside Newspaper Seller

Every evening at around 5.30pm, the same uncle unlocks a table latched to a nearby tree, pulls up a beach umbrella together with a few red plastic chairs and proceeds to unload a minimal number of magazines, fortune related pamphlets

Roadside Newspaper Seller

Every evening at around 5.30pm, the same uncle unlocks a table latched to a nearby tree, pulls up a beach umbrella together with a few red plastic chairs and proceeds to unload a minimal number of magazines, fortune related pamphlets

Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club

The Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club facility is Singapore’s largest and possibly oldest public area where bird-collecting hobbyists from all across the island and even abroad come to listen and admire these unique prized possessions. Unlike the void deck bird corners, the

Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club

The Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club facility is Singapore’s largest and possibly oldest public area where bird-collecting hobbyists from all across the island and even abroad come to listen and admire these unique prized possessions. Unlike the void deck bird corners, the