Home in focus: Upholding a tea tradition for over 90 years

For 93 years, Mr Kenry Peh's family have sold tea that they blend and pack by hand using traditional methods, right in the store they have always owned. The Straits Times takes a look at what goes into creating that magical thimble of Chinese tea.

In busy, ever-changing Chinatown, one shop in Mosque Street has remained in place for nearly a century, overlooked by the tourists who throng the busy streets looking for souvenirs.

Behind the unprepossessing exterior, Mr Kenry Peh and his employees are hard at work in a business his family has conducted for four generations.


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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 22, 2018, with the headline 'Upholding a tea tradition'. Print Edition | Subscribe