Actor Hisyam Hamid works in KL, his family in Singapore. Then the pandemic hit

The Singaporean, KL-based actor used to be able to visit his wife and two children every time he had a break from filming. Photo: Handout

Each time the wheels of his suitcase rumbles across the tiled floors of his Singapore home, Kuala Lumpur-based actor Hisyam Hamid’s son knows it only means one thing: “He knows he won’t be seeing me for quite a while, ” Hisyam says.

Hisyam has been shuttling between the Lion City, where he was born and raised, and KL for six years now, having found success as an actor in Malaysian TV dramas like Ariana Rose and Abang Bomba I Love You.

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