When Sustainability Is A Work Of Art
Christina Kaw, Founder of The Tiffin Company
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The tiffin culture was widespread across Asia and was popular until the 1960s. It was first established in the late 18th century during the British colonial era with the function of transporting and storing food, mostly used by Chinese and Indian women. We speak to Christina Kaw, the founder of The Tiffin Company on her efforts in keeping the tiffin culture alive while maintaining the Baba and Nyonya heritage with a modern twist. While maintaining its elegance, they actively try to reduce carbon footprint as well.
Produced by: Freda Liu
Presented by: Freda Liu
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