KWAI CHAI HONG CHINATOWN

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

Launch of Kwai Chai Hong at the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur on August 23, 2019. Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and translates quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley.” The origin of the Kwai Chai Hong moniker is, however, not supernatural in nature, with at least two credible theories floated regarding this name. photo adib rawi yahya

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