It’s been hot but exciting to be in the heart of Southeast Asia. After a day’s worth of lectures on business organizations for the “Business and the Environment,” the students have been been exploring Singapore. On Tuesday, our post-class excursion was to check out the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant – the Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice, a Hainan chicken rice Hawker stand at 335 Smith Street. We ended up at the newer, air-conditioned restaurant, where the price was less than $3 USD for the signature chicken rice meal. My personal review . . . Not bad, but I am not sure that the meal was Michelin-star-worthy. But either way, it was an interesting experience.