• Singapore bubble tea brand LiHO to open first overseas stores in Hong Kong
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    Singapore bubble tea brand LiHO to open first overseas stores in Hong Kong

    Singapore bubble tea brand LiHO, known for their unique cheese teas, is set to branch out into new territory. The first two overseas LiHO stores will open in Hong Kong's Yuen Long and Kwun Tong areas on 16 Oct and 1 Nov respectively, a statement from LiHO parent company RTG Holdings said on Friday (13 Oct).

  • Gong Cha to relaunch with flagship store at SingPost Centre
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    Gong Cha to relaunch with flagship store at SingPost Centre

    Bubble tea chain Gong Cha will be launching a flagship store at SingPost Centre in Paya Lebar, following a brief hiatus from the Singapore market. Photos posted online by radio station 987FM on Monday (2 October) showed notices put up at the outlet's storefront which said it would opening in December. The store is currently undergoing construction.

  • New bubble tea in Singapore combines avocado and gula melaka
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    New bubble tea in Singapore combines avocado and gula melaka

    LiHO’s new avocado drinks will be sold in Singapore from 21 September 2017. If you love avocado, gula melaka and coconut, LiHO’s new drinks might be right up your alley. Come this Thursday (21 September), LiHO stores islandwide will have two new drinks and they both contain avocado.

  • Mr Bean founder to head new Gong Cha franchisee in Singapore
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    Bryan Huang

    Mr Bean founder to head new Gong Cha franchisee in Singapore

    Bubble tea brand Gong Cha has appointed a new Master Franchisee, headed by Mr Bean founder Kang Puay Seng, to lead its relaunch and expansion in Singapore. In a statement on Friday (4 Aug), Royal Taiwan Tea Co. Ltd, the company behind the Gong Cha brand, said Kang had “extensive experience in running food and beverage businesses”, growing the soy milk brand to nearly 70 stores before selling the business.

  • Gong Cha will return to Singapore
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    Audrey Kang

    Gong Cha will return to Singapore

    Fans of bubble tea chain Gong Cha were left reeling - and rushing to get their final drinks - last week, when it was announced that all 80 existing Gong Cha outlets in Singapore would be replaced by homegrown brand LiHo, but their shock might have been premature.

  • Gong Cha fans rush to grab last drinks before Singapore operations cease
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    Audrey Kang

    Gong Cha fans rush to grab last drinks before Singapore operations cease

    Fans of Gong Cha were caught by surprise when news broke last weekend that the Taiwanese bubble tea business would be ceasing operations across its 80 outlets in Singapore by 5 June, as part of its re-branding efforts to LiHo.