The streets of George Town, Penang in Malaysia form a collection of open windows and doorways, each one issuing a cool, dark invitation for passers-by to peer in and seek respite from the tropical heat. Once across the threshold, a different world is revealed, giving onlookers the last glimpses of disappearing lifestyles.
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