The Ng Kongsi is a Cantonese clan association that is located at King Street, George Town. Its building has a unique Chinese architecture that features a jagged or zig-zag shaped […]
Painted portraits of the Chinese deities known as the Door Guardians (Menshen). The Door Guardians are believed by the Chinese in ancient times to guard against evil spirits from entering […]
The various minor Chinese clan houses and associations in King Street, George Town. Chin Si Thoong Soo which was built in 1914 and incorporating Cantonese Straits Eclectic style, is a […]
Named after King George III, King Street (or Lebuh King) is an old historical road located within the central heritage zone of George Town. Being one of the original major […]
An old man cycling along the rather empty King Street on a Sunday in George Town.
This steel sculpture can be found on a wall of a shophouse along King Street, part of the Little India area in George Town. The caricature depicts a local ‘Roti […]
This art mural depicts a local Chinese bard named Tan Tong Tong who was famous as a Yue Qin (a traditional Chinese lute) musician during the 1950s to 1960s. He […]