Nestled snugly in western Singapore is Teban Place, a neighbourhood mall that residents and business owners say has been forgotten.
The two-storey complex serves residents and foreign workers who live in the nearby Jurong Penjuru dormitories, but footfall has fallen steadily over the past decade, with no respite in sight.
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