Mr Chong Kwek Bin, a partially sighted trainer at the Singapore Association for the Visually Handicapped, shows The Straits Times how he uses GrabPay to pay for food at a hawker centre.
Aw Cheng Wei
THE STRAITS TIMES
PUBLISHEDOCT 20, 2018, 5:00 AM SGT
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IT executive Chong Kwek Bin, who is partially blind, has been paying for his favourite mixed rice dish and desserts at a hawker centre with electronic wallet GrabPay for the past year.
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