A group of forward-looking Straits Chinese men, including lawyer Song Ong Siang, set up one of Singapore's first secular schools for girls in 1899.
Now, a group of old girls from Singapore Chinese Girls' School (SCGS) are stepping forward to save 37 Emerald Hill - its former campus for almost 70 years - from potential redevelopment.
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