It’s an all-out challenge in Johor

The rivals: Dr Wee (left) is being challenged by Liew this time around.

THE rather run-down kopitiam near the busiest part of Ayer Hitam town is known for its char siew pau or steamed pork buns.

On that blazing Saturday afternoon, some people were eating Foochow lor meen or noodles that the town is famous for, while another table was having durians.

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