Why these Malaysians embrace a minimalist lifestyle


Minimalist living involves letting go of an attachment to things. Photo: 123rf.com

When Shirin Aziha Shahidan’s parents moved in with her a few years ago, it was only natural that she had to clear up some space in her home to accommodate them.

However, that process made her realise how much stuff she had accumulated over time, throwing her a challenging task.

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