[In Mandarin] Elvis Presley used to be my idol. His music is fast-paced and nice to listen to. He dances very well. His dance moves are… They’re something like that. My name is I have been selling CDs at Chinatown for 54 years now. I started out selling CDs along Pagoda Street. Business was good back then. A lot of people listened to CDs. My favourite time was during the Lunar New Year. It was always bustling then. Every stall would still be open even at 2:30 a.m. They would still be packed with customers. At one point there were some singers who were very popular. Long Piao Piao, Liu Wen Zheng. Their lyrics are very beautiful. I will listen to their songs whenever I’m bored now. I can reminisce on my youth. [Light music playing] Every day, before I start work here I will chat with my friends. [In Cantonese] Any news to share? Nothing much. [In Mandarin] I’ll buy coffee. Because my stall is too small I have to move the CD shelves out every day. I take it as a form of exercise. I don’t find it very tiring because I’ve been doing hard labour since young. I wasn’t cut out for studying but I’m exceptional at doing hard labour. Producer: Are these old records? Which record is your favourite? I like this one. Wang Sha Ye Feng (chinese comedians). It’s very nice to listen to their jokes. [Laughter] [In Cantonese] Let me show you this picture of myself. I look very good in it. Wow, you’re very muscular. Very handsome. [Gentle music playing] Three years ago it started becoming very difficult to earn money. [In Cantonese] I barely had any income so I couldn’t pay for my shop’s rent. [In Mandarin] I had to pawn my dowry at Nam Cheong (Pawnshop). I have many items at the pawnshop. It’s embarrassing. My children didn’t know about it then. They asked me, “Is everything okay?” I told them, “Yes, business is not bad.” [In Cantonese] This 3rd of December I will really have to close my shop down for good. [In Mandarin] I’m crying on the inside. Who can I tell? Ever since I was young, I have never left Chinatown. I feel like, I can’t bear to leave now. It’s all because I’m not good enough. I don’t have the ability to earn a lot of money. I built this shop with my bare hands. This will forever be my second home.