"There’s a street called Kwai Chai Hong. It used to be known as a place for, you know, dodgy stuff. But a few groups of people revamped it entirely. Within all these back alleys there are all these coffee shops and bars now."
"Jao Tim is actually a place for open mics. The best thing is like it really feels like, you know, La La Land, that kind of thing. Because it's centered in Chinatown you can have local foods while listening to jazz music. That’s quite cool."
"I really like to eat Sin Kiew noodles. As a photographer, I tend to gravitate toward locations that remind me of my loved ones. And the first time my dad brought me here, we sat down, ordered the noodles and my dad said ‘You know, this is where I brought mommy when we were dating."
"REXKL is actually an old cinema that was burned down and now is just a creative hub. So the ground floor now has become a food court. Then at night, on certain days, there's busking during Chinese New Year, there's installations, so it's more like a community art hub."