First-time hawkers dishing out food with a modern spin

A smattering of young and savvy hawkers have entered the scene with creative offerings. ST PHOTOS: ONG WEE JIN, JOEL CHAN, JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - With the successful inclusion of Singapore's hawker culture on Unesco's list of intangible cultural heritage, there has been plenty of discussion over its longevity and sustainabiliy.

There has also been much bellyaching over why so few newcomers are willing to take up the trade.

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