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The globally inspired dishes of Uncle Fu find a home in capital’s BKK

Publication date 24 November 2020 | 16:20 | ICT

When Uncle Fu – a chef from Ipoh, Malaysia – set his sights on bringing his renowned Malaysian-Singaporean cuisine to Cambodia, he entrusted a pilot and a stewardess to make it happen.

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