Traditional Cake Shop Owner One Of The Last Few Makers Of Sugar Lions In S’pore For Teochew Prayers
“You need to have the moulds to make them, and the process of making it is very hot and rushed,” says confectioner Koh Sun Liang.
On a humid afternoon, we walk by Sze Thye Cake Shop at Beach Road and peek in. Ensconced within the shop is its owner Koh Sun Liang, 78, who is packing biscuits. The air is hot and still. But Sun Liang patiently and methodically portions biskut telinga, also known as ear biscuit due to its shape, into small plastic bags.
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