Today's posting will be the last of the series on Ho Yan Hor museum. After having finished the 1st floor tour (click here to read), we came down by another steep stairway down to the front hall. The stairway was very steep that I have to hold on tight to the railing and took one step at a time all the way down.
Wall painting of customers enjoying the herbal tea.
Take a look at the wall painting and pay attention to the black table and chair.
Here is a close up of the table and chair. Did you notice something about the table and chair. They have only 2 front legs each.
Painting of herbal tea stall.
Visitors buying gift packs of herbal tea.
My friends listening to the briefing by the lady in blue blouse.
Keeping cool with Hor Yan Hor.
Symptoms of heatiness:
a) Sleep difficulty, waking up too early, feeling tired.
b) Feverish & irritable - mouth ulcers, sore throat, constipation.
c) Cold & Flu - fever, runny nose, headache.
Only gift packs are being sold here.
View of front wooden door from inside. See the wooden latches.
Old fashioned door, windows and air holes (above windows)
Herbal Tea Stall outside the museum.
We have come to the end of our visit to Ho Yan Hor museum.
We know how happy they are now because they stayed true
to him then, even though they suffered greatly for it.
Job is an example of a man who continued to trust
the Lord in sorrow; from his experiences we can see
how the Lord's plan finally ended in good,
for he is full of tenderness and mercy.
(James 5:11, The Living Bible-TLB)
Found this wall mural a short distance away from Ho Yan Hor museum.