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LAPAN @ China House, Penang

What a crazy schedule I had. I am only have one day rest before heading up to Penang to set up our LAPAN shop, a mini duplication of Pop Up Store I used to collaborate with the Oh&Ah, Lina & Gigi Gee. We had secured the arrangement since last year and only 19 Dec was the final date agreed to set up, one day after I came back from New Zealand, phewww



My BFF Lina had brought my stuff earlier to Ipoh, the plan was to catch the ETS train to Ipoh, met Lina there and drive up to Penang and meet with the rest of the gang in China House. I love the train ride, and the weather seems so nice.




I don't have much product but good enough to begin with:) I love the shop, much easier to manage…and the location was quite strategic too.


So if you drop by to George town, do visit us at:
 China House, 155, Beach Street, GeorgeTown, Penang.

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