Emporium Makan traders staying put


Fewer customers at Emporium Makan as most of the stalls have rolled down their shutters and moved out. — Photos: K.K. SHAM/The Star

THREE out of five stall tenants at Emporium Makan in Klang, who were issued eviction notices in July, are determined to continue trading until the construction of the Light Rail Transit phase 3 (LRT3) line begins.

Despite having their licences revoked, Yap Sing Keong, 67, Chew Yew Ban, 49, and Lim Bee Guat, 56, said they would keep their stalls open until they were forced out.

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