The most challenging part of this entire project was the idea of accessibility. Within Singapore culture, we often refer to our elders as "aunties" and "uncles", as it's a more respectful tongue, even though we are not related. I've met a fair amount of aunties and uncles throughout this project that were difficult to get through to — many of the older folks tend to be less receptive than the younger crowds. Even if the shop owners were cranky, I would walk through those doors with a bright smile and introduce myself kindly. Sometimes I would wait 2 full hours for a shop owner to give me their full and undivided attention, as it was important me that I receive their entire personality. It was a very humbling experience and I wouldn't trade it for the world.