CMCO: How doing chores together has further strengthened this Malaysian family's bond

Victoria (left) and Celeste are happy to work together to prepare meals for the family. Photos: Clarissa Chong

Businesswoman Clarissa Chong knows that cooking is a valuable skill and is thankful her daughters – Victoria Mah, 15, and Celeste Mah, 12 – can whip up simple dishes for the family during the current conditional movement control order.

“Victoria has always had an affinity for food and cooking. When she was younger, she’d help me cook and bake, and she enjoyed it very much.

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