‘Being a dad is 24/7’, but this Malaysian dad is still happy to be one

Affendi (in black) and his family (from left) Ikke, Wan Zuraida, Zohre and Fahre (carried). Photo: Affendi Salleh

When he was in college, Affendi Salleh didn’t think he’d want to start a family. He wanted to travel the world, live a care-free life, be unburdened by commitments.

“But life is a lived cliche, kan?” he says. “I met a woman and all that changed.”

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