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True Story: A Day In The (Tough) Life Of A Singaporean Hawker

You might have heard: hawkers are a dying trade, as few are keen to take up the long hours of hard labour under conditions that aren't necessarily the most glamorous. 

Not for this young lady taking over her father's legacy, though. After three years in the banking industry, Ms Kelly Wong decided to start learning how to make wonton (dumpling) noodles from her father around 2013, despite "knowing nuts" about the trade when she first started.

Here's a peek into her exhausting 13-hour work day.

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