Cross Street, in the Chinatown district, in 1905. There are men of different races milling around, and the shop sign-board is written in the English, Chinese and Jawi languages. Despite the apparent inter-mingling of the races, Singapore remained very much a plural, rather than a multi-racial, society.
Source: Cheah Jin Seng. Singapore: 500 early postcards
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