Family-run coffee shop forced to close after 67 years

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  • Wednesday, 01 Mar 2017

Last cuppa: Chin making coffee at Wah Keong Coffee Shop on the last day of its operations at the junction of Malay Street Ghaut and Beach Street, Penang.

GEORGE TOWN: It will be tough for the Teoh siblings if they stop operating the traditional family-run coffee shop business established by their late father 67 years ago.

Sisters Teoh Ai Tin, 67, and Ai Ling, 61, together with their brother Keng Wah, 56, grew up helping out at the Wah Keong Coffee Shop located at the Malay Street Ghaut-Beach Street junction.

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