A section of a new exhibition at the Peranakan Museum shows photos of a Baba wearing a sarong kebaya, a Nonya dressed as a Baba and a man who probably spoke no Mandarin posing like a scholarly Chinese gentleman.
A Peranakan man is a Baba while a woman is a Nonya.
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