KAMPUNG HAKKA RESIDENTS

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years reminiscing about the past, Jiang is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years reminiscing about the past, Jiang is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years reminiscing about the past, Jiang is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years reminiscing about the past, Jiang is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years smiling to the camera through the window, Jiang is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Jiang Shu Qun who is approaching 90 years smiling to the camera through the window, Jiang is one of the very last strongest-standing ladies in Kampung Hakka who does her daily chores of cooking, cleaning and sweeping all by herself, her does not want to part with her memories of growing up in the historic village at Kampung Hakka on November 8, 2013. Kampung Hakka has a trace of history as long as the 1860. There are more than 50 low income group families who reside in the village, its surrounding area used to be tin mines where the British brought in labourers from China who reigned from Hui Zhou, China, they used to live in a nearby area called Kampung Attap that has taken the name Kampung Hakka today. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

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