Hope, healing and resilience as captured by Malaysian artists and photographers


Syafiq Mohd Nor’s 'Road Block Jalan Tikus' (colour pencil on canvas, 2021), one of the emerging artist's works surrounding life during the pandemic in smalltown Malaysia. Photo: Fergana Art

There are many images, stories and phrases that we associated with the pandemic. Some phrases come and go, like “herd immunity”. Some things are here to stay, at least for a while: face masks, hand sanitiser, “Spanish Fly”.

The masses are embracing new norms, new habits: washing hands frequently, keeping a safe distance from others, shopping online.

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