Most 23-year-olds are slowly easing their way into the working world. But not Shiny Phua.
The Lasalle graduate helms a home-based business, which was birthed during the circuit breaker period last year. However, instead of selling the usual suspects like brownies and basque burnt cheesecakes, she specialises in traditional Teochew ang gu kueh (red tortoise cake) and muah chee (glutinous rice balls).
And that’s not all — she juggles this side hustle alongside her full-time job, where she does sales and marketing for an engineering company.