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By CNA Published: 12 Apr 2020 Audio: English
Singapore 1965. Food was prepared, sold and enjoyed on the streets. Itinerant, illegal hawkers moved around with wooden pushcarts, while temporary stalls were setup along alleys and five-foot ways. But all that was about to change. Post-independent Singapore introduced new laws and much importance was given to food hygiene. The streets needed cleaning up and the illegal hawkers had to go.
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