People power: When it counts, Malaysians always show they care

  • Family
  • Friday, 31 Dec 2021

Soo (in black) and his team of volunteers from T.A.S.K. at the booth distributing food to flood victims who have been extracted from their submerged homes. Photo: The Assembly Soup Kitchen

A group of individuals who have been helping first those impacted by the pandemic, and more recently, the flood victims is The Assembly Soup Kitchen (T.A.S.K.).

It all started with just two good Samaritans – schoolteacher Soo Mun Keong, 41 and his engineer wife Wong Suet Beng, 39 – cooking hot meals for five families in need, out of the kitchen in their home in Subang Jaya, Selangor.

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