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Poh Ann Keng temple badly damaged after a fire

Poh Ann Keng temple badly damaged after a fire

11/2/2019 4:26:00 AM

Poh Ann Keng temple badly damaged after a fire

What should have been an auspicious day turned out to be an ill-fated one for a Taoist temple at 95 Tampines Link. A fire at the Poh Ann Keng temple badly damaged the front hall, prayer altar and many statuettes on Saturday morning, the fifth day of Chinese New...

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