Little Demon Lane
Zeen Chang, Bai Chuan Management
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Hidden amidst the spectacular chaos that is Petaling Street lies a space which serves as a window into the decorated history of Chinatown. Not confined by a single street, the area has continued to go by a past moniker, Kwai Chai Hong. Literally meaning "little demon lane" in Cantonese, Kwai Chai Hong has transcended its years of neglect and illusive name, being re-opened as a heritage site adorned by many nostalgic murals. Zeen Chang, one of the pioneers in its restoration, sheds light on Chinatown's golden age and the promises of Kwai Chai Hong.
Produced by: Haniff Baharudin
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Categories: History, People and Places
Tags: I Love KL, Kwai Chai Hong Project, Petaling Street, Think City, restoration, gentrification, alley way, back lane, Little Demon Lane,