20 years of JJ Lin: The five Cs of the local Mandopop star’s life

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Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ Lin's coffee chain Miracle Coffee is opening a pop-up at ArtScience Museum. The Straits Times brewed up some quick questions on coffee to percolate his interest.
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After 20 years in the business, Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ Lin says he is more confident, less anxious, and more at peace and content with himself.

Ahead of the launch of his coffee chain Miracle Coffee’s pop-up at ArtScience Museum on Friday, the 41-year-old sat down with The Straits Times in an exclusive interview to talk about his milestone anniversary, his business ventures, his future, coming home during the pandemic and brewing coffee in the woods.

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