Gordon Toh was struggling as a woodcut print artist in Taiping, Perak, in the 1970s and reckoned a diploma from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore could be his ticket to a brighter future.
But since he had no funds to finance such an undertaking, he decided he would work here for a couple of years first.
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