90-year-old print boss has no plans to retire

Mr Lee Chai Hin, 90, says he has no plans to retire just yet. His printing business aside, he loves travelling and cooking for his family regularly. He says he cooks best when he is happy.
Mr Lee Chai Hin, 90, says he has no plans to retire just yet. His printing business aside, he loves travelling and cooking for his family regularly. He says he cooks best when he is happy.ST PHOTO: SHINTARO TAY

Mr Lee Chai Hin drives his silver Toyota Camry car from his home in Jurong East to his printing business, Milton Press, in Bukit Merah every morning. There, he turns on his computer and works on the day's orders "and whatever else needs to be taken care of", he says.

He is in the office before 10am and leaves after 7pm, on weekdays.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 01, 2019, with the headline '90-year-old print boss has no plans to retire'. Print Edition | Subscribe