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Notes on the Geography of Malaysia: KL Take Two: Photo 9

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During the first half of the 19th century, control of the tin industry shifted from Malay to Chinese hands, and by 1884, 90 percent of the town's 4,000 residents were Chinese. Here, the Kwang Siew Temple, from 1888.

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