Old coffee shop entrenched in Singapore culture

15:00, March 31, 2011      

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Breakfast bread and eggs are seen at an old coffee shop in Singapore, in the morning of March 28, 2011. In Singapore, coffee drinking is entrenched in the local culture. The quaint old coffee shop where Singaporeans goes for their morning coffee and breakfast embodies that. The best coffee, some say, are the ones made by people from Hainan Province of China who used to be and still are synonymous with the coffee shops in Singapore. This photo essay celebrates the old coffee shop culture. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)


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