Dr Woffles Wu is sitting on the patio of his late grandparents' house in Thomson, scarfing down kuih bahulu and kuih lapis, and sipping coffee as he animatedly fields questions about the trials and tribulations in his colourful life.
His feet are shod in plastic Japanese otafuku sandals - available only in Chinatown apparently - and the 58-year-old's white short-sleeved shirt with double chest pockets is unbuttoned, revealing a white Crocodile singlet usually spotted on men a couple of decades older.
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