The Bukit Pasoh Road print by Lee Xin Li features a charming and historic street located in Singapore's Chinatown named Bukit Pasoh Road. Lined with beautifully preserved ornate late-period shophouses, it offers a delightful blend of old-world charm and modern sophistication. This road was named after the Malay word for earthenware pots used to store rice or water in homes: "Pasoh", which was once made in several workshops around the area. In the backdrop are two buildings that have been torn down in 2016, Pearl Centre (built in 1977) and the more famous Pearl Bank Apartments (built in 1976).
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