Malaysian artist KC Lee creates record-breaking 88m-long sketch journal


'I usually look for places with a lot of history or culture. I would take the time to look up the story behind a place when I decide to sketch it,' says KC Lee, pictured with his 88m sketch journal. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat

How do you document a life well-lived? Some people like to record their travel adventures and experiences by writing about them in a diary. Others use photographs or scrapbooks full of mementos.

KC Lee, however, has recorded his life in a completely different way. For three years, he painstakingly sketched out the story of his life, chronicling events from his childhood to his later years.

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