Ex-Nurse Turned Prawn Mee Hawker Returning To Nursing To Help Fight Covid-19
He’s giving up his stall to join his healthcare friends on the front line.
Prawn mee hawker Anson Loo, 41, has been running his own stall called Prawn Village for the past three years. He serves flavourful, comforting bowls of Penang-style prawn noodles which he had learnt to cook from scratch from a hawker in Penang. And now, he’s planning to wind up his labour of love to return to his former job in nursing, in a time where healthcare workers are needed on the front line more than ever due to the outbreak of Covid-19 (novel coronavirus).