Residents of KL apartment put on nightly light show for community

  • Arts
  • Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020

Residents in an apartment block in Kuala Lumpur are making up their own nightly public light shows to entertain themselves during this Covid-19 lockdown in Malaysia.

All over the world, people are finding ways to stand in solidarity with each other during nationwide lockdowns and curfews due to the fast-escalating Covid-19 situation.

At Seasons Garden Residences in Kuala Lumpur last night (March 23), the residents took part in a spontaneous community event of sorts – a little light show of their own.

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