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Peace Centre Kacang Puteh Man Says He Had To Borrow Money From Dad To Tide Over Pandemic

“No business, how? Makan, rent, everything. I take the money, makan,” the father-of-two tells 8days.sg.

Peace Centre Kacang Puteh Man Says He Had To Borrow Money From Dad To Tide Over Pandemic

Those from an era without Gold Class cinema seats would remember the old-school kacang puteh man. The seller is usually parked with his cart outside standalone cinemas, peddling a selection of crunchy nuts and tidbits to movie-goers. But with the popularity of mall cinemas and trendier Western snacks like popcorn and nachos, kacang puteh sellers have gradually faded into the night.

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