we have a penchant for the curious architecture of the orient, the culture, maneki neko. everything that’s well thought of over centuries. temples with their incredible little details. and mainly the color red — or ‘hung sik’ (紅色) in cantonese.
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zeedijk, old centre amsterdam
chinese new year, 2018
Guan Di Temple, a Taoist temple located just minutes walk from the Petaling Street, KL. one of the most fascinating, the prettiest red we've seen.
built in 1888, the Guan Di temple is one of the oldest temple in KL. the entrance reminded me of traditional Chinese weddings, it has such a festive vibe to it.
Guan Di Temple, KL
Sam Poh Wan Futt Chi, a buddhist temple located in Brinchang, Cameron Highlands. perched on top of a hill, it is tranquil and quiet.
joss sticks urn in front of the Hiang Thian Siang Ti Temple, a Teochew temple off Carpenter Street, Kuching Sarawak.
Hiang Thian Siang Ti Temple, a Teochew temple off Carpenter Street, Kuching Sarawak. this small (but huge in character!) structure was built in 1889 by early Chinese settlers from China's Guangdong Province. it's now sandwiched by shop lots in one of the busiest street in Kuching city centre.