Wayang (Chinese street opera) - Hong San See Temple - Singapore

Wayang (Chinese street opera) - Hong San See Temple  - Singapore

Wayang (Chinese street opera) - Hong San See Temple - Singapore


The artists from this Chinese Opera troup preparing for the Show at Hong San See Temple Mohamed Sultan road Singapore

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Camera:Nikon D700
Lens:Nikkor 85mmF1.8D

Taken on: 28th September, 2013. Copyright: All Rights Reserved - See waex99's page of Flickr

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