Sunday, 31 July 2011

Kuching Festival Food Fair 2011 IS HERE! 古晋美食节开锣咯!

 Food and fun for everyone at Kuching Festival Fair 2011
30/7/2011 - 21/8/2011
There are more than 140 stalls at the Food Fair with fusion of international and local food, all at affordable hawker prices.
Bee J You Tiao (you cha kueh)'s first day at Kuching Festival Food Fair

3 other you cha kueh stalls
Bee J welcomes competitor but definitely not this you cha kueh stall who conveniently downloaded Bee J's photo from Bee J's webpage for commerical use without any permission

Please come and support Bee J You Cha Kueh

Bee J You Cha Kueh - you must not miss it!!

Kuching food fair, not only a place you will be fed with great varieties of food, entertained, and schmoozed it is also a place where you can spend quality time with your family and even have the opportunity to bump into someone you have not met for quite some time

Bee J stall is the fifth on the right from the main entrance
Fresh dough, cut, fry and sell on the spot
This stall imports otak-otak (a classic Nyonya dish. made with fish fillets, spices & herbs) directly from Muar.  The stall is simple but it has a lot of repeated customers.
Sounds like coffin but meaning success and wealth
这个摊位好会搞噱头噢!招牌文字创意:100 分

Very attractive nyonya stall


Friday, 29 July 2011

Kuching Festival Food & Trade Fair 2011

The 3 weeks long Kuching Food Fair is here again. This is the first time Bee J You Cha Kueh participates in the Food Fair. Please do come and support us.


Rain or shine, Bee J will be there!
See you there!

Saturday, 23 July 2011

He quits journalism to sell you tiao

He quits journalism to sell you tiao

by Eve Sonary Heng. Posted on July 17, 2011, Sunday
WRITERS wield great power with the pen which is said to be mightier than the sword but a former newspaperman has happily swapped that power for frying sticks of dough in a wok and is taking the challenges posed in his stride.
MOVING FORWARD: Poh (left) now has more workers to help him run his you tiao business.

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