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During the pandemic, Seven Tea One has focused on promoting online sales via e-commerce platforms, their website and through social media, offering gift sets for bulk purchases, among other things. Photos: Seven Tea One

When businessman Lai Chong Haur, 51, quit the corporate world to take over the Seven Tea One social enterprise from his co-founder in 2018, he knew he would not regret it.

In fact, he had also been using his own funds to keep the organisation afloat since the pandemic hit.

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