Focusing on the family this Ramadan

Shahrul Nizar and Norini with their children, Adam Aarez, 13, Azzim Aarez, 10, Nur Zara Sofea, 9, and four-month-old baby boy Aqeef Aarez. Photo: The Star/Izzrafiq Alias

For Shahrul Nizar Baharudin, 49, and his wife Norini Rapa, 40, Ramadan is a time for family.

“It’s a family bonding time, especially over food during sahur and iftar since during the day, we’re busy working or the children are studying, ” says Shahrul.

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