SINGAPORE – Nestled amid the shiny skyscrapers in bustling Raffles Place, Singapore’s oldest Teochew temple is usually a picture of tranquillity.
The 200-year-old Yueh Hai Ching Temple in Phillip Street typically gets about 2,000 visitors a month.
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