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Like countless new food businesses, popiah hawker stall The Wrap was born out of the pandemic. Hairdresser-turned-hawker Angela Koh, 55, first considered a career switch about six months ago. “It was a pretty hard decision on whether I should change my direction. I’ve been a hairdresser for over 40 years, but the pandemic has really affected my work.”

In August, Angela took the plunge and opened her popiah stall at the hipster-looking Telok Ayer Coffee Shop. The modern, spacious kopitiam has industrial-style black ceiling fans and stools, jazzed up with geometric tiles and marble-print tables.

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