As a frontliner, his Ramadan may have to be spent away from family once more

Ramadan is a special time where the family comes together. (Standing, from left: Dr Hielfiqri Syairul Hisyam, Hielfarith Suffri, Dr Hielmi, Dr Nur Emmy Fizreena. Seated, from left, Dr Shamsuddin, Noriza and aunt, Zaifian Lobb. Photos: HIELMI SYAIFUL-NIZAM SHAMSUDDIN

Ramadan has always held special meaning for Dr Hielmi Syaiful-Nizam Shamsuddin and his family. Since he was a child, the fasting month has been a time where the family comes together in prayer.

They also share a special Ramadan tradition of preparing buka puasa meals together, under the guidance of the family chef, mum Noriza Abdul Hamid.

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