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Everyone has dreams, but not everyone has the courage or the means to pursue what they desire. Enter 67-year-old Kelvin Ong — after supposedly retiring from working for 35 years as a hairdresser, he finally did what he truly wanted, which is to cook for a living. He is the proud hawker behind modern Japanese rice bowl joint Amoy Don at Amoy Street Food Centre. Why slog in what seems like an even more gruelling job post-retirement? “It makes me happy,” he says simply.

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