Artist Sharon Chin raises Covid-19 funds for Sabah with DIY bandana project

  • Arts
  • Thursday, 29 Oct 2020

'Like the Mahang tree, each of us plays an important part in healing the damage brought by Covid-19 and its after effects,' says Chin. Photo: Sharon Chin

With Sabah still recording the highest new Covid-19 cases in the country, contemporary artist Sharon Chin reckoned it was time she offered a helping hand.

“As an artist based in Semenanjung, I wanted to show my solidarity with Sabahans,” says Chin, who lives and works in Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan.

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