Most staff at Dignity Kitchen, a social enterprise restaurant in Mong Kok, have disabilities. Its founder, Koh Seng Choon, set up the first Dignity Kitchen a decade ago in his native Singapore. Photo: Winson Wong

‘I look at their ability, not their disability’: Dignity Kitchen founder on training his Hong Kong workforce

  • Engineer and entrepreneur Koh Seng Choon founded Dignity Kitchen in Singapore a decade ago to train people with disabilities in the catering business
  • He opened a Hong Kong branch in January, after overcoming many challenges, and Dignity Kitchen is selling some of the best Singapore hawker food in the city
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Most staff at Dignity Kitchen, a social enterprise restaurant in Mong Kok, have disabilities. Its founder, Koh Seng Choon, set up the first Dignity Kitchen a decade ago in his native Singapore. Photo: Winson Wong
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