WATCH: Walk down memory lane with this new gallery-museum in Ipoh


Once upon a time, before World War II, there lived a photographer who had a studio across the Chung Thye Phin Building in Ipoh, Perak. He mingled with the locals, took their photographs, asked about their families and got to know everything about everyone.

What no one knew then was that this photographer was a spy who was tasked to gather information for the Japanese Army Intelligence.

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