The Rare Asia Vintage Postcard Part Two(A_Z)

Rare Asia Postcard

 

 

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  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

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    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

The  Rare Asia Vintage Postcard Part Two

Rare Asia Postcard Part One

(A-I)

ADEN

 

BURMA(Myanmar)

 

 

 

 

Cambodge

 

 

 

 

Ceylon(Srilanka)

 

 

 

 

 

 

COREA

 

 

 

Indochine-Vietnam

a.Lao Bao

 

b.Quan Yen

 

 

 

c.Yen-Te

 

 

Rare Asia Postcard

(I-Z)

 

IRAN-Persia

 

 

IRAQ-Mesopotamia

British camp

 

ISRAEL

.Jaffa

 

 

Japan

 

 

 

 

 

France consulate Nagasaki

 

 

Japan Occupation

a.Hongkong

 

 

b.Canton China

 

LAOS-Indochine

 

 

 

 

Lebanon

Beyrouth

 

 

MALAYSIA

Kuala lumpur

 
 
 
During the open mining area in the Ampang and Kuala Lumpur, the people who berkelian tin Mandailinglah there, in addition to the furnace, buying tin and business. Bugis kings collect taxes from those who mandailing on the bases of the river.
Even the name “Ampang” itself may be taken in conjunction with the dams built by the mandailing in berkelian tin works. Water used to remove ore from the rock.When Sutan Fasting in Ampang, the son of the king mandailing dealing with Chinese merchants Hiu Siew and his friend Ah Sze Potato from Cobra. Both quarter-Hakka Chinese merchant was then moved to Ampang after being informed by Sutan fast that they can quickly make a profit in Ampang
 
 
mile away from the meeting Sungai Gombak and Sungai Klang as a base for their stores. This occurs in approximately 1859. Mouth of both rivers are then called the Kuala Lumpur – perhaps because of sloppy work in the stomach berkelian tin the rivers.
 

OLD NAMES OF ROADS IN KUALA LUMPUR

Penang

 

batuferringhi

This is Batu Feringhi. Thats Lover’s Isle there in the sea. The beach then was definetly unspoilt and as can be seen, not a hotel in sight.

capitanklingmosque

The famous Mesjid Kapitan Keling. Look at the car, that tells you that this is old.

chuliast

Chulia Street. Funny, even then it looked old. The car tells you its old.

 ferry1958

This is a scene in the ferry. Notice the dressing then. I am told this is taken in 1958.

penang01

I think this is somewhere near Padang Kota Lama. I may be wrong.

 penang07

I am still trying to figure out which place this is. Can anyone help me out here? Hey I am a mainland boy and resides in Penang Island only since 1993 besides the 2 or 3 years in 1984.

penanghillpolisstation

The Penang Hill Police Station. The last time I went up that hill was probably 8 years ago and if I am not mistaken, the police station looked the same.

penanghillview

View of Penang Island from the hill. Lots of changes I tell you.

penangroad1

This is Penang Road of old. Notice one thing in particular? What you asked? Look, no jam.

penangroad2

Penang Road again. Trishaws or Lang Chia or some people like to call it lancheows were the king of the road then. Is that a Lambretta?

penangroad3

The Odeon Cinema. Now it plays only Tamil movies. Look at Rajnikant waiting there and again, no jam.

penangroad5

No jam along Penang Road. I think if you know what year the movie Annastasia was shown, it would help in determing the age of this photo.

penangroadpolisstation

Hey we had double deckers back then. I don’t know if I had ridden in one or not. If I had, I must have been too young to remember so Kerp, don’t go saying you were in one.

tanjongtokong

Besides the double decker, this is another of my favourite. Tanjong Tokong and old Malay huts. This is a classic man.

waterfall

The Botanical Gardens. I remember the excitement of going there and feeding the monkeys. They still do have monkeys now and also two legged ones.

Palestine

 

 Phillipine

 

Jerusalem

 

 

PHILLIPINE

 

 

 

SINGAPORE

Native tamasek

 

 

 

SYRIE

 

THAILAND-Siam

 

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 Dr Iwan Suwandy 2011

 

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