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(From The Jakarta Post)
from THE JAKARTA POST -- SUNDAY, JULY 16, 2006 -- PAGE 7 In the early days of Kayee's life in Jakarta, she had a 'bug': She loves Chinese fast-food, but could not find it in Jakarta. She started to ask around about the possibility of opening up a Cantonese-style noodle shop. She had great discussions with friends about how the restaurant would look, but as in most cases that you can perhaps relate with, the conversations stopped there
About a year later, she discovered a new restaurant in town -- specializing in Chinese fast-food; a restaurant that can whip up her comfort food at affordable prices. Her initial reaction was 'but that was my idea.' But was it her idea? She didn't do anything with the idea -- but someone else did and turned the idea into a big prosperous business. The business card of the restaurant now proudly proclaims branches in most of the major cities in Indonesia
Gosh, doesn't that sound all too familiar. Well here is a short article to convince you that something can be done, if you need more convincing. The message here is …