Photograph of a counter inside the Kong Chew Temple, Chinatown, November 1933. The counter can be seen in the foreground at left. It has a glass front, behind which carvings of people and animals are visible. Several large vases full of flowers can be seen on top of the counter. A glass box is also visible atop the counter, showing decorative vases and flowers within. A row of carved wooden chairs can be seen against the brick wall at right, and posters bearing Chinese characters can be seen on the walls above the chairs.; Two signs are visible, one on the counter at left and one above the chairs at right. They read as follows: "Notice: Kindly drop a donation in red box so we can keep our interpreter" and "The management wish to express its heartfelt appreciation of your visit. Your kind donations will help the upkeep of this temple".