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Davis Yu, 25-year-old owner of Touché Hombre branching out to Bangkok

Davis Yu is a young entrepreneur who opened his first restaurant when he was only 19.

He now runs a design studio and a Mexican restaurant Touché Hombre in the city, and set to open a new branch in Bangkok.

But his business was not a straightforward success. He says the biggest learning curve came through when he had to shut down one of his restaurants within a few months from the opening.

He is now based globally in Melbourne, Hong Kong and LA, seeing a successful food business over different cultures. He is also casting an eye on another business chance, saying health industry is the next big thing



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December 11th 2015
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