This article really brings me back to my hometown where I can see the Indians baking loaves of nice smell bread from their antique oven along Penang Road. This Chinese Man in this picture was not in my memory before as I have never seen Chinese Uncles doing such business. Would you want to buy from him if you see him around?
Bread, the staple diet for most Malaysians has seen an increase of 30-sen since last week, but Wong, 77, does not want to jump into the price hike bandwagon.
“Baking breads, buns and cakes is a first love for me. At my age, the aim is not to make money but just enjoy seeing families including their children having Chop Hup Seng's bread for breakfast,” he said.
Tan Lay Chen, 30, and her friend Zairah Abdul Razak, 27, said they couldn’t live without the bread.
“Wong's bread taste heavenly with his home-made kaya and pricing is nominal compared to popular brands,” said both the women.