Group trying to find rightful heir to mah-jeh’s homes

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  • Wednesday, 05 Oct 2016

GEORGE TOWN: Very little is known about the last surviving amah or mah-jeh in Penang, except that she was called Sister Liu and was said to be 96-years-old last year.

“She was cooking her own dinner when we dropped by,” said George Town World Heritage Incorporated (GTWHI) resource, research and education manager Chuah Ai Kheng.

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