Mustard Seed Soup Kitchen feeds the poor, homeless in Brickfields

Mustard Seed Soup Kitchen founders. L-R: Ho Lai Peng, Ong Joon Kian and Sha Kok Tein.

PETALING JAYA: Mustard Seed Soup Kitchen has taken to the street to feed the urban poor and homeless in Brickfields.  

Speaking about how the soup kitchen works, founder Sha Kok Tein said that the non-governmental organisation (NGO) usually fed about 75 to 80 people at each food distribution session.  

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