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

Madam Lai's Ah Ma's Drink Stall was made from scrap and spare wood from around Pulau Ubin in 1995.
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.
(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

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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