Item #: PCOS47
Descriptions: Out of Print Postcard; Printed in Tokyo Japan in the 1980s.
Condition: Mint, good and unused with slight age spots on back of postcard.
Title: One of the old established Chinese High School, early 1980s
Interesting Note: The school was founded by Tan Kah Kee in 1919, to offer secondary education for Chinese boys in Singapore. It moved to its current premise at Bukit Timah Road in 1925. The Chinese High School remained as one of the best performing schools in Singapore. During the Battle of Singapore, the school's clock tower, for its height and vantage point, served as a headquarters for the Allied defenders and later for the Imperial Japanese Imperial Army during the Japanese occupation of Singapore.
Size: 14.8cm x 10.5cm (5.8" x 4.1")