Young Ones: Charmain Kwee trades love of law for car empire

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SINGAPORE – Ms Charmain Kwee likes to hang out at Julaiha Muslim Restaurant, a 24-hour coffee shop in MacPherson Road with tables spilling onto an adjoining alley.

“I was here just last night. I was with my best friend. He lives in Woodlands and I’m in Tanglin, so this is like a midway point,” she volunteers as we sit down for this interview at the roadside eatery.

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