Restaurant offers 200 free meals to unemployed Vietnamese in Singapore

By Phong Van   June 11, 2021 | 10:30 am GMT+7
Xin Chao Restaurant has organized donations and offered 200 free meals to Vietnamese employees in Singapore who have lost their jobs due to Covid-19.

With the donations and help of the Vietnamese community in Singapore, 200 meals from Xin Chao’s home-style menu were thoughtfully selected: braised grouper rice, sour soup, and salted eggplant.

A typical Vietnamese meal at Xin Chao Restaurant. Photo by Xin Chao Restaurant.

A typical Vietnamese meal at Xin Chao Restaurant. Photo by Xin Chao Restaurant.

"Xin Chao Restaurant wants to ease the home-sickness and difficulties brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic with Vietnamese people here," said Tina Yuan, co-founder of Xin Chao Restaurant.

Tina Yuan has passion for volunteer work. Photo by: Xin Chao Restaurant

Tina Yuan, the co-founder of Xin Chao Restaurant. Photo by Xin Chao Restaurant.

Xin Chao Restaurant is at 7 Hoe Chiang Road, Singapore 089313, close to Tanjong Pagar MRT.

Tina expects to bring Vietnamese culture to Singapore in the form of cuisine, working with the business community to build a national Vietnamese brand in the city.

The dishes of Xin Chao Restaurant give strong tastes of Vietnamese cuisine. Photo by: Xin Chao Restaurant

Xin Chao dishes represent the strong tastes of Vietnamese cuisine. Photo by Xin Chao Restaurant.

Before Xin Chao restaurant, Tina, a Vietnamese-Chinese whose real name is Nguyen Thi Thuong, is the author of the favored "Missing Paris."

She has, along with other Vietnamese and international volunteers, offered free English classes for the Vietnamese community, including children and employees, who reside in Singapore.

Tina is currently an entrepreneur, writer and marketer in the field of communication and marketing.

 
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