In the new village at the foot of Shishan, the space-time experience seems to have entered another parallel universe. It's midsummer. When you wake up naturally every morning, you will find that it's still dark outside the window. After staying a few nights, I found out that the local people usually don't get light until seven o'clock in the morning. Around 7:30 p.m., or ochre or smoky clouds gradually disappeared into the sky, and evening came slowly. What surprises us most is the villagers'perception and description of space.
In the afternoon, when I was in a traffic jam on my way back to the city, I found two spires in the twin towers calling me in the blue sky and the sun, so I decided to get off and go there temporarily (I had planned to go in the evening). I took photos from different angles, inadvertently broke into a huge Malay village, the village are two or three storeys of high single-family traditional Malay houses, downstairs have gardens and garages, roadside also parked cars, flowers and trees around it, the environment is quiet and pleasant, it is simply villas and luxurious houses, in the bustling city actually has such a vast traditional village is amazing! It is inconceivable to be in Guangzhou, where we are so rich that we envy others.
In fact, the new village is not a place, but a name. For example, the new village of Shaden and the new village of Shalaxiu are all residential areas. They have no special features to visit. They mainly live in Chinese. As early as the 1950s, in order to facilitate the management and prevention of Chinese Malaysians from subsidizing the then Communist Party of Malaysia (GCD) against the British government in terms of material and food, Malaysia under British rule surrounded individual Chinese in a certain residential group, and their access and carrying goods were controlled and inspected by the British Army, namely, the so-called New Village but they were independent in Malaysia. Later, these new villages will be free to enter and exit residential areas, so nothing special can be seen.
My uncle took us to a new village near the dock for dinner until about seven o'clock. At my uncle's suggestion, we chose Restorance Jeti. Then I wanted to Tucao, the Chinese waiter said that I could not understand Chinese. The Malays waiter spoke English and I couldn't understand it. The menu wood had a price. My sister came from Sanya and lived in the opposite side of the famous seafood restaurant.
The second station is Kuala Lumpur, where the original inhabitants of the new village are located. As Kuala Lumpur has also experienced numerous wars and economic changes in the past 100 years, Chinese and Islamists have flooded into the original Malays and can only be squeezed into this small area to live, which makes the area more distinctive and pure Malay flavor.
It's a quiet town with Malaysian wooden houses. The streets are clean and comfortable.