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Liang Seah Street | 连城街
This street links North Bridge Road with Beach Road. It is named after Seah Liang Seah (佘连城) in 1927. This street also known as a "hot pot street" due to the number of hot pot restaurants along this street.
The two structures facing Bugis Junction today, No. 516 and No. 496 North Bridge Road were built in 1929 and 1927 respectively.
These structures used to house a hotel named Ah Chew Hotel and the Tong Seng Coffeeshop which closed in 2013 after 16 years of operation as a halal eatery. It has since been replaced by Jin Jin Eating House which my studio mate and I occasionally goes to for lunch.
In the background is Shaw Tower, designed by Iversen, van Sitteren & Partners and another iconic modern architecture landmark. It would be gone by 2023.
- Lee Xin Li
A3 print: 29.7cm (H) x 42cm (W)
Frame: 42.3cm (H) x 52.2cm (W)
Printed on archival paper
Each print is individually autographed by the artist.
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