Off Duty Food Haunts: Covid Doctor | Balestier Market Chicken Rice
What's the first place you think of when you’re hungry, tired, and looking to redeem a long day at work? In the pilot episode of our new food series, “Off Duty Food Haunts”, we meet Jackie, a doctor on the frontlines battling COVID-19. We follow her to Balestier Market for “the best chicken rice she has ever eaten”, as she shares how she's learnt to cope with the emotional strain of the job while dealing with death on a regular basis.Posted by Rice Media on Sunday, 30 August 2020
What’s the first place you think of when you’re hungry, tired, and looking to redeem a long day at work?
In the pilot episode of our new food series, “Off Duty Food Haunts”, we meet Jackie, a doctor on the frontlines battling COVID-19. We follow her to Balestier Market for “the best chicken rice she has ever eaten”, as she shares how she’s learnt to cope with the emotional strain of the job while dealing with death on a regular basis.
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