Me And My Car: Air stewardess-turned-businesswoman abandons German limos for Toyota MPV

Air stewardess-turned-businesswoman Kua Hwee Cheng abandons German limousines for a massive Toyota multipurpose vehicle

Ms Kua Hwee Cheng replaced her German cars with the Toyota Alphard, which is her first Japanese car and the biggest she has driven.
Ms Kua Hwee Cheng replaced her German cars with the Toyota Alphard, which is her first Japanese car and the biggest she has driven.ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
Ms Kua Hwee Cheng replaced her German cars with the Toyota Alphard, which is her first Japanese car and the biggest she has driven.
Ms Kua Hwee Cheng replaced her German cars with the Toyota Alphard, which is her first Japanese car and the biggest she has driven. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG

Ms Kua Hwee Cheng has had quite a few careers. She started as an air stewardess in 1987, spending six years with Singapore Airlines.

Then, she spent nearly 20 years in the motor trade, with entrepreneur Peter Kwee's Group Exklusiv, after which she ran a furniture business briefly.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 18, 2019, with the headline ''Bus' driver'. Subscribe