Raymond Goh
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Grave fate of 'living museum' cemetery in Singapore

A historic 90-year-old cemetery in Singapore is facing a grave threat from plans to drive an eight-lane road through a part of it.

Believed to be the largest Chinese cemetery outside of China, with some 100,000 graves, Bukit Brown will eventually make way for a residential development.

Raymond Goh, better known to Singaporeans as the island states' own ''ghostbuster'', conducts heritage tours of the burial grounds. He took the BBC on a trip through the site touted as a ''living museum''

  • 06 Apr 2012