I started these builds since June 2015 to participate for my LUG’s community build celebrating Chinese New Year for Dunia Bricks 2016 at March 2016.
Indonesia itself is a multicultural country with lots of diversity spread across the nation with our national slogan’s “Unity in Diversity”. Having said that, there are a lot of Chinese heritage and ethnic lives in Indonesia which I’m one of them, but no…I can’t read and write Chinese, all the writing on the signs there are all copy-paste from Wikipedia…hahaha
This community build was meant as a nostalgic of a classic China Town in Indonesia which you still can find it now, though it looks a lot different with modernization here and there…well, not to forget added with too much classic Kung-Fu movies and shows…hahaha
Though the official modular building sets are the one that brought me back from my dark-ages back in 2013 which I’m still collect and following the series, but it’s one of the theme that I’m afraid the most since I think it’s hard to top the official sets and I’m not skilled enough to do so. Therefore, I humbly present to you my first modular building that I’d made 🙂
Here is the modular buildings:
A classic Chinese Tea House:
Inspired by an actual tea house.
1st Floor Interior:
2nd Floor Interior:
The interior, with lots of drawers which is the characteristic of a classic medical clinic and pharmacy house:
Vintage trucks used for moving goods and trading:
VIP passenger wagon:
Inspired by David Liming.
Nian (Chinese Lion Dance):
Inspired by Donna Liem.
Dragon Boat Race:
Inspired by Anton Budiono.
Here is the video documentation of the Indonesia’s Old China Town community build, made by Bhinneka LUG (start at 9:40):