Malacca City

Flower

Flower

Solar cells mural

Solar cells mural

Dragon house, by Pakey, 2011

Dragon house

Huge flower

Big flower

Green (mural) house

Green (mural) house

Modern white, black & red paint

Modern white, black & red paint

Statues at Cheng Hoon Teng temple,

the oldest functioning temple in Malaysia.
Statues at Cheng Hoon Teng temple
Cheng Hoon Teng temple

Datuk Wira Dr. Gan Boon Leong

Datuk Wira Dr. Gan Boon Leong

Malacca Straits Mosque

Malacca Straits Mosque

Country, Land, Nation

Country, Land, Nation

Jasmine flower

Jasmine

House of Faith

House of Faith

Plant

Plant

Plant

Sail (painted)

Sail

Bamboo and mural grid

Bamboo and mural grid

Xiang Lin Si Temple

Xianglin temple

Dragon ball statue

Dragon ball statue

Elephant statue

Elephant statue

Malacca Straits Mosque

Malacca Straits Mosque

In Memory of the unfortunate Chinese victims…

In Memory of the unfortunate Chinese victims during the Japanese occupation in Malacca.
When the Japanese invaded China, the Overseas Chinese everywhere formed anti-Japanese movements. Their resistance included remittance to China and also taking up arms along-side the Allies in defense of their countries of residence.
Malacca fell into the hands of the Japanese on the 15th day of January, 1942.
Thousands of Chinese lost their lives. The methods of execution were barbaric and inhuman. Burying a few hundred people alive in a well and throwing babies and children into the air and catching them with fixed bayonets are but two of the many awesome methods adopted.
After the surrender of the Japanese, the remains of these victims were collected from various known places by the Chinese residents and collectively buried at the foot of this Bukit China Hill.
This monument erected in memory of these unfortunate and heroin dead was unveiled officially by His Excellency Sir Edward Gent then High Commissioner of The Federation of Malaya, on the 5th day of April 1948.
In Memory of the unfortunate Chinese victims…