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After finishing his bond as an Air Force regular in 2008, Enzo Chen did not know where his career path was heading. “I didn’t have much skills,” confesses the 43-year-old. Then he saw a newspaper ad put up by someone who claimed to help people set up small businesses. That was when Enzo got the idea to open a hawker stall selling min jiang kueh. “It was easy to learn how to make pancakes,” he explains of his decision.

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