Singapore’s history dates back to the third century. The city-state’s skyscrapers now dominate the skyline, but older structures still exist hidden in the streets. These historical gems need to be preserved for future generations, and the responsibility of keeping them alive falls on the few people who decide to take action. For the past 20 years, Yeo Kang Shua has been one of these people. He’s been working tirelessly to keep the rich history of Singapore alive.