4 edition of Five-foot-way traders = found in the catalog.
Five-foot-way traders =
English and Chinese.
|Contributions||Singapore. Archives & Oral History Dept.|
|LC Classifications||HF5459.S55 F58 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||86940810|
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Five-Foot-Way Traders Paperback – January 1, by Ong Suat (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Ong Suat. Five-foot-way traders "Five-Foot-Way trades", known in the Hokkiendialect as "Gho Kha Ki" trades, have been in existencesince the early days of Singapore's history.
This exhibition and the publication contains photographs which no longer exists but it opens the pages of history of how the forefathers extremely hard to earn a means of living. Five-foot-way traders included: knife sharpeners,11 roadside barbers,12 mask makers,13 fortune tellers,14 locksmiths,15 letter writers, traditional “medicine men” (known as bomoh in Malay), newspaper vendors, storytellers,16 tinsmiths, hair-bun makers, stool makers,17 garland makers, stamp dealers and food vendors Trades were either brought over from their homelands or acquired.
As these five-foot-way trades required little capital investment, they quickly became a source of employment for the influx of immigrants. However, with Singapore’s rapid progress, many of the five-foot-way trades and traders, once common in early Singapore, have disappeared or are fast disappearing.
The term might be translated into English 'Five Foot Five-foot-way traders = book, and into Southern Chinese dialect (Hukien) 'Ngo-ka-ki ()', when accepted by colonists and : Hideo Izumida.
The book highlights facades and architectural features of 17 selected areas, which includes Chinatown and Ann Siang Hill. National Library Board. () Five-foot-way traders written by Thulaja, Naidu Ratnala. Retrieved Ma from Singapore Infopedia.
This paper explores the spread of the five-foot way (5FW) as an aspect of design urban peculiar to Southeast Asia. It locates the 5FW as an aspect of planning law and property law that has been adapted culturally, in spite of conflicts over appropriate use,to provide a unique space for public-private interaction.
As of today, the law that governs five-foot ways is ActStreet Drainage & Building Act, As I stroll along the streets of George Town, I spot a senior citizen, seated along a five-foot way, passing his time puffing a cigarette.
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Five Foot Way, (Malay / Indonesian: Kaki Lima), is a roofed continuous walkways commonly found in front of shops in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia which may also be used for commercial activity. The name refers to the width of the passageway, but a five foot way may be narrower or wider than five feet.
Posted on Aug by Remember Singapore Just like radio, television broadcasting has come a long way in Singapore. There were plans to develop it as. Regulations stated that this walkway must be exactly five feet wide and even today Singaporean locals call the ubiquitous covered footpath ‘the five-foot way’.
As the city became more densely populated the five-foot way itself became workspace for a variety of street-traders including barbers, scribes, fortune-tellers and traditional healers.
The life of five foot way traders and shophouses’ residents and tenants were captivatingly portrayed in the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) drama Five Foot Way. In the later shophouses, five foot ways were furnished with elaborate aesthetic finishing.
Five-foot-way traders = Wu chiao chi hsing yeh. [Singapore. Archives & Oral History Department.;] Five-foot-way traders. Singapore: Archives & Oral History Dept.: Singapore News & Publications, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
D Diss., University of Kent, ; Five-foot way traders, Singapore: Archives and oral History department: Singapore News & Publications Limited, ; Audrey Yong Oi Hing, “Language Choice in Hawker-Customer Exchanges,” B.A.
Hons Thesis, National University of Singapore, ; Kevin Grice, “The Institutionalisation of Informal Sector. The book’s theme reduces to two fundamental concepts: a can-do attitude and fearless entrepreneurship. They began to ply their service along with five-foot-way traders and continued until the late s.
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During days of five-foot-way trade, the karang guni men were popular with those who wanted to sell discarded goods as well as those wanting to buy second hand things. With time however, the karang guni men became associated with buying second-hand goods rather than Author: Karanguni.
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These traders were immigrants of various ethnicities who came to early Singapore and could be found in areas such as on: 31 Exeter Rd #,Singapore.The Five Foot Way is a collection of travel photography and curated music videos.
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