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Journalism & Communication
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Food District In the olden days there the concept of hawker food was not common and the picture of a roving hawker was familiar in the neighborhood. The roving hawker used to clack a bamboo stick against a wooden wall or that of chant of mua chee man selling stick naughty candy would drive the children and their parents from the homes in order to satisfy their taste buds with their favorite snacks in the street…
ries where its existence is very high and will be the central theme of discussion in the paper. Hawker centers in Singapore- Cost effective yet satisfying Hawker Centres are an outdoor version of food courts and the difference between two of them is that food courts are not air conditioned and the prices of the food in the hawker center is lower than the price of the foods in the food courts. But they both maintain standard hygienic rules and non smoking ban rule. The hawker center of Singapore offers multi ethnic cooking at its best. Whether it is a dish of noodles which costs around $ 3 or $ 20 for a three course meal of barbequed fish, chilli prawns and fried rice with vegetables the price is much lower than the restaurant. Apart from the cost effective food the atmosphere of the hawker provides a great reminder of city with its food crazy ambience. ...
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