Malaysian restaurant promoting ASEAN ‘food diplomacy’ in China

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No one embraces the saying “Food brings people together” better than MULU Group founder & CEO Jasmine Kho, the Malaysian who has made it her mission to promote ASEAN food to the world in China. Based in Beijing for almost 20 years, Kho’s group now has 20 restaurant brands under the group’s belt and plans for an IPO in the next 5 years.

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