Clan groups in Bukit Pasoh to open their doors for Singapore Design Week's Street of Clans

Dr Gan See Khem's niece, Ms Gan Guoyi, has been roped in to help out with the clan. Tung On Wui Kun (above) is among the clan houses in Bukit Pasoh Road which are part of Street of Clans in Singapore Design Week 2019. Tree Harp installations in Queen
Dr Gan See Khem's father founded the Gan clan, and she helped modernise it when she became its president in 2011.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
Dr Gan See Khem's niece, Ms Gan Guoyi, has been roped in to help out with the clan. Tung On Wui Kun (above) is among the clan houses in Bukit Pasoh Road which are part of Street of Clans in Singapore Design Week 2019. Tree Harp installations in Queen
Dr Gan See Khem's niece, Ms Gan Guoyi, has been roped in to help out with the clan.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
Dr Gan See Khem's niece, Ms Gan Guoyi, has been roped in to help out with the clan. Tung On Wui Kun (above) is among the clan houses in Bukit Pasoh Road which are part of Street of Clans in Singapore Design Week 2019. Tree Harp installations in Queen
Tung On Wui Kun is among the clan houses in Bukit Pasoh Road which are part of Street of Clans in Singapore Design Week 2019.ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
A woman takes a photo of a display at the Chin Kang Huay Kuan.
A woman takes a photo of a display at the Chin Kang Huay Kuan.ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID

SINGAPORE - On regular weekends, the trendy neighbourhood around Bukit Pasoh Road teems with cafe-hoppers and the occasional film buff seeking out a spot featured in hit film Crazy Rich Asians.

But next weekend, from March 8 to 10, the neighbourhood will get even busier when an event called Street of Clans is held to draw focus to the heritage clan houses in the area.

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