One of two paintings with women as the subject displayed at the residents’ lounge of Somerset Liang Court. Characteristic of the Nanyang style, these paintings portray facets of life in South East Asia. In this piece, two women in ethnic costumes of Batik sarongs are sitting under a frangipani tree. One of them is making yarn on a spinning wheel while the other looks on, holding a hibiscus flower. This work was executed with traditional Chinese painting technique by first outlining everything in ink and then filling them with colours.