This home was founder by Cheong Yoke Choy and Liew Weng Chee during the colonial times, to provide support Chinese females immigrants who migrated from China to work in Malaya in the early 30's. The original intention was to provide shelter for poor and aged Chinese women - found sleeping along five-footways in the late 1930s (source : Wikipedia)
The home are for those who are all homeless, have no dependents and support from their family members. It will be their shelter when they get old and no one to take care of them. This home only cater for female tenants. The tenants age range are from 50 to 90+. As there is no funding, most of the groceries are donated by the public.
Main Gate Entrance
Note: Notice the barbed wired for security?
Inside main hall
The home currently caters for 25-30 tenants, as they come and "go". Seeing the wall is fully wired, I asked the tenant about the security. This is something we learn from last visit. Animals do exist and rob the needy. But luckily this home is inside a safe zone (begin to sound like Baghad's Green Zone)
Kitchen & Tea break hall
They only have a common hall where everyone have their bed without any divider. All the tenants sleep in the same hall, own bed. That why they only allow female tenant.
Contact and Care Taker