“The next day I sold 1,000 pieces of my RM1 sushi. I never expected to sell out within two hours! I had not even opened and people were waiting,” he wrote excitedly on Facebook.
He said the response has been so encouraging, and that out of the total, people donated 350 additional pieces to the needy.
“I’m so grateful that everyone was so generous even though they also wanted to buy cheap sushi,” he told mStar.