Tiffin on table 101, Ghim Moh

In the sixties and seventies, three of my Uncles (mom’s brothers) owned a shop on High Street. They would carry a Tiffin with their lunch in it every day. In the 1980s, the government forced my uncles to sell the shop. High Street today is completely different. In my view, it lacks soul.

And this is my Uncles’ shop (BHT Doulatram & Co), taken in 1982. Image Credit: National Library Board, Singapore:



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