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This Malaysian Left His IT Job To Keep His Parents’ 40-Year-Old Nyonya Kuih Business Alive

today30 December 2020


Both of John’s parents, 68-year-old Woo Seng Moon and 63-year-old Sum Yoke Lan, have been running Nyonya Heritage for over 40 years. However, when John noticed his parents were starting to struggle to sustain the business due to old age, he knew he had to step in to help them out.

Speaking to SAYS, John said, “At first, it was because of helping my parents due to their age, but after going through a brief study, I noticed this business actually presents a valuable asset for Malaysia’s…

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