It's all about tradition

Mr Chia Hock Kim is one of few hawkers who still sells a la minute Teochew porridge

CLASSIC: (Left) Mr Chia Hock Kim and his assistant at their stall, which serves braised meat platter, steamed pomfret and steamed prawns.
CLASSIC: Mr Chia Hock Kim and his assistant at their stall, which serves (above) braised meat platter, steamed pomfret and steamed prawns.
CLASSIC: Mr Chia Hock Kim and his assistant at their stall, which serves braised meat platter, (above) steamed pomfret and steamed prawns.
CLASSIC: Mr Chia Hock Kim and his assistant at their stall, which serves braised meat platter, steamed pomfret and (above) steamed prawns.
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A head for helmets

The head honcho of AGV Helmets, CEO Moreno Businaro, talks to Biker Boy about his love for motorcycles and the Italian company's desire to become Numero Uno

MAN IN THE HOTSEAT: AGV Helmets CEO Moreno Businaro (above) speaking with TNPS’ Biker Boy.
MAN IN THE HOTSEAT: AGV Helmets CEO Moreno Businaro (above) speaking with TNPS’ Biker Boy.

Moreno Businaro is CEO at Italian helmet brand AGV.

But this businessman is still very much a biker.

He tells Biker Boy that his job allows him to rub shoulders with racing legends and he gets to test his own helmets on the pretext of taking them out for a test ride.

He predicts the future of the helmet business will be bright as companies look to use technologies like heads-up displays, normally found in the aviation sector.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 19.

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Dear Gurmit, let's be in-laws

THROWBACK: Gurmit Singh with wife Melissa and daughter Gabrielle in 1998.
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Want a big money divorce pay-out? Head to London

Rulings that favour the less wealthy partner make English courts ideal for estranged wives of tycoons

WEALTHY: Jamie Cooper-Hohn (above), wife of top hedge fund boss Chris Hohn, is seeking a share of her husband’s reported £1.3 billion (S$2.66 billion) in English courts, whereas former Miss Malaysia Pauline Chai will get her divorce from businessman husband Khoo Kay Peng, believed to be worth at least $816 million, heard in front of an English judge.
WEALTHY: Jamie Cooper-Hohn, wife of top hedge fund boss Chris Hohn, is seeking a share of her husband’s reported £1.3 billion (S$2.66 billion) in English courts, whereas former Miss Malaysia Pauline Chai (above) will get her divorce from businessman husband Khoo Kay Peng, believed to be worth at least $816 million, heard in front of an English judge.
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Confident Serena ready to take on anyone

UNFAZED: Serena Williams (in yellow) oozing confidence at the WTA Finals Official Singles Draw Ceremony at Marina Bay Sands Shoppes Ice skating rink yesterday.

She’s not just fit enough to play, but she’s also ready to take on all comers.

A knee injury had cast doubt over her participation in the week-long BNP Paribas Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Finals Singapore that starts tomorrow at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

But there was no doubting her confidence, her combative mood.

After yesterday’s draw at Marina Bay Sands, world No. 1 Serena Williams said: “I don’t care who I play, to be perfectly honest with you.

“You can put me against anybody at this point, I’m ready.

“I really can’t wait for my match. I wish I had a match tomorrow.”

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 18.

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No time for jokes for Sharapova

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Under-fire Australia coach McKenzie quits

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Glam girls ready for the big slam

WORLD'S FINEST: (From left) Caroline Wozniacki, Agniezska Radwanska, Petra Kvitova, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Eugenie Bouchard and Ana Ivanovic are ready to do battle starting tomorrow.
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Cilic qualifies for ATP Finals

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Russian tennis head apologises for slur

STARS: Venus (above, left) and Serena (above, right) are two of the most illustrious names in women's tennis.
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