What Makes A Street Memorable?
By Laurence LohAugust 2021 FEATURE
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is an amply awarded architect whose most noted project is the world-renowned Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion in Penang, which won the Unesco Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards in 2000 for the “Most Excellent Project”. In 2008 his restoration of Merdeka Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s Stadium of Independence, was conferred the Unesco “Award of Excellence” and his restoration of Suffolk House in Penang, the only surviving Anglo-Indian Georgian mansion in South-East Asia, was accorded the Unesco “Award of Distinction”.