Malaysian IT manager declutters and reorganises his apartment during the CMCO

Wong has reorganised his storeroom and kitchen cabinets a number of times during the Covid-19 pandemic. Photos: Andrew Wong

Like many Malaysians, Kuala Lumpur-based information technology manager Andrew Wong, 41, has been practising social distancing since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

But he isn’t complaining that the conditional movement control order has been extended till next month. That’s because he has an assortment of activities to keep him occupied within his apartment in Danau Desa, Setapak.

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