I‘ll take that rickshaw. At the Blue Mansion, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia. December 2017.
Or jump inside the book: Tintin in Shanghaï in the 1930’s. (To my faithful readers, that is what I meant once by “living inside the book”). The blue Lotus is one such book.
Or take the boat? On-line tickets available.
You have been warned.
You can ride a horse at Sri Mariamman Temple on Cannon St:
Or stop at a hawker stall:
(c)ourtesy my friend Tiffany Choong, a very talented artist at Bulanstyle:
Let’s take a bike. Hmmm. That one’s stuck to the ground.
Hurry! Hurry! We’re late, the rabbit said.
A mother’s love… (What if he falls?)
Now that’s better.
“Everybody smile”! Aren’t they lovely?
You may opt for a more recent model?
He has an empty seat. Will you hop in? No. Better not. Never know what he’s up to.
What do you sell?
Still a queue here. Oh, well, let’s walk to China house… The beer is good. And the cakes…
Kah lu kong Hokkien. Teach you speak Hokkien. (The particular language spoken by the Straits Chinese). I suspect “kong” means “speak”?
Kam siah, thank you, for riding along with us on the streets of lovely Georgetown, in Penang. How do you say “Have a nice week-end” in Hokkien?)