These Malaysians are growing vegetables on shoe racks and other small spaces

Hoo just has to walk to his living room or kitchen to get a fresh supply of vegetables. Photos: Rannie Hoo

When the government announced the implementation of a second movement control order (MCO) in five states and three federal territories on Monday, many people went out to stock up on food items like meats and vegetables.

But marketing executive Rannie Hoo Yong Kian, 30, didn’t have to worry about getting enough supply of leafy greens.

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