Pulau Ubin's Ah Ma's Drink Stall to be rebuilt with something old, something new... and something blue

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Madam Lai's Ah Ma's Drink Stall was made from scrap and spare wood from around Pulau Ubin in 1995. PHOTO: IVY CHOO
(From left) Pulau Ubin resident Phillip Lim, NUS Architecture students Tan Xin Yuan, Zhang Yiyue, Tu Tung Yun, Zamen Lin and Ethan Chung constructing a wooden hut for Project Ah Ma Drink Stall on May 28, 2018. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - Every weekend, 80-year-old Pulau Ubin resident Lai Huat So mounts her motorbike and takes a short ride from her home to her kampung drink stall.

There, she sells coconut juice and cold beverages to thirsty cyclists and other day trippers.

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