The interior of Kafe Utu, a newly opened Afrocentric restaurant in Singapore that has become a meeting place for the city-state’s growing African community.

Africans in Singapore find ‘a place like home’ in student society, church fellowship as their numbers slowly grow

  • For some it is still rare to see a fellow African on Orchard Road, yet arrivals from the continent are increasing – students, workers and entrepreneurs
  • A social group that holds meet-ups, cookouts and fashion shows offers reminders of home, and by countering misunderstandings they break the ice with locals
Topic |   Singapore
The interior of Kafe Utu, a newly opened Afrocentric restaurant in Singapore that has become a meeting place for the city-state’s growing African community.
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