Miss home? This Malaysian art and design series will cure the homesick blues

Selected designs from the #empatbelas series (top left, clockwise) from artists/designers Muhammad Baihaqi (KL), Jaie Ramlee (Johor), Joanne Loo (Melaka) and Joelle Majanil (Sabah). Photos: Apom

Do you remember that wonderful thing called interstate travel? A lot of people won't be taking trips back home for granted any more once the pandemic restrictions are eventually eased in Malaysia.

The freedom to travel – without a special permit – won't be happening so soon and that makes the National Day month another quiet affair, without the masses criss-crossing borders to get home for the Merdeka season holiday.

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