Notes on the Geography of Malaysia: KL Take Two: Photo 38
By then, the city was on the verge of an Art Deco boom. Here's one example of it, the 1937 Anglo-Oriental Building, named for the Anglo-Oriental Mining Corporation, at the time the world leader in tin mining and smelting. Through subsidiaries, it controlled a third of Malaya's production. The architect was A.O. Coltman. The current tenant is a property developer, Ekran.
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