Keeping positive: Hongkonger Wong Yat Chun at his cafe, Why 50, in Sheung Wan. Photo: Handout Keeping positive: Hongkonger Wong Yat Chun at his cafe, Why 50, in Sheung Wan. Photo: Handout
Keeping positive: Hongkonger Wong Yat Chun at his cafe, Why 50, in Sheung Wan. Photo: Handout

Coronavirus: from coffee in Hong Kong to burgers in Malaysia and Ramadan in Singapore – here’s how Asia’s small businesses cope with Covid-19

  • Whether it’s smashed beef patties in Malaysia or smashed Australians playing darts in a pub, even Covid-19 can’t keep a good business idea down
  • Asia’s SMEs are rising to the challenges posed by the coronavirus by adapting their business models and focusing on the positives

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Keeping positive: Hongkonger Wong Yat Chun at his cafe, Why 50, in Sheung Wan. Photo: Handout Keeping positive: Hongkonger Wong Yat Chun at his cafe, Why 50, in Sheung Wan. Photo: Handout
Keeping positive: Hongkonger Wong Yat Chun at his cafe, Why 50, in Sheung Wan. Photo: Handout
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