Labour Day: Show goes on for content creator shooting ads and talk shows at home

During MCO, Fiqrie has turned his home into a studio for reviewing products, shooting a Hari Raya ad and hosting a talk show.

A week after Muhamad Fiqrie Mohd Dahari arrived back in Malaysia from a trip to Japan to do a travel piece for his social media channels (@fiqrieisme), the government enforced the movement control order (MCO).

The self-employed content creator, emcee, radio host and TV personality had several jobs lined up after his trip, including three emceeing gigs, that had to be cancelled because of the movement restrictions.

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