- Singapore's street food stalls are disappearing due to high costs and lack of succession
- A new crop of "hawkerpreneurs" is striving to preserve the city-state's culinary legacy
- Other chefs are exploring creative neo-Singaporean cuisine
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Singapore (CNN)Douglas Ng, 24, is a rare fresh-faced "hawkerpreneur" at Golden Mile Food Centre, a hawker center in Singapore.
Singapore's hawker foods: Vanishing tradition?
New crop of 'hawkerpreneurs'
Creativity meets tradition
This story was originally published in December 2015.