In honour of Malacca’s illustrious son


Persona gratissima: Seet Kee Ann (seated second from left) was a member of the Malacca Municipal Commission from 1895.

FOR six decades from 1930, Jalan Kee Ann was the liveliest place in Malacca.

The central wet market at the junction of the street near the main bus station and taxi terminal made it a busy area throughout the day.

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