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Penang Sketchbook

Penang's blend of Chinese, Indian, Malay and other cultures is most clearly illustrated through its associations, bazaars, clanhouses, guilds, houses of worship, markets, traditional shops and trishaw peddlers. The Penang Sketchbook captures this eclectic mixture of cultural diversity while recording architectural wonders in a tour of the historic state's most visited sites and little-known backstreets. This sketchbook sets out to promote the importance of architectural conservation, and to help readers to appreciate the state's unique character and the riches that remain.

Penang Sketckbook published by Editions Didier Millet

 

Art Exhibition of Penang Sketchbook

Penang Venue: ABN Amro House, Penang, Malaysia

Date: 7-12 Dec 2001

KL Venue: Badan Warisan Malaysia, KL, Malaysia

Date: 25 Jan – 25 Feb 2002

Heritage of Malaysia Trust - www.badanwarisan.org.my

The Private Gallery - www.theprivategallery.com

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Khoo Kong Si - The Khoo Clan House

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The Nagore Shrine

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Ng Fook Tong Interior View

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The Sri Mariaman Temple (Private collection)

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Minaret

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Trishaw

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Roadside Herbal Tea Vendor

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Fort Cornwallis