Malaysian doctor turns to journalling to destress during the pandemic

Dr Bhanu updates her journal every alternate day, spending about 45 minutes to complete a spread. Photos: Dr Bhanu Anasamy

Every other day, Dr Bhanu Anasamy spends about 45 minutes journalling. She writes down her aspirations as well as her thoughts on battling against Covid-19 as well as meeting other inspiring frontliners at work.

Dr Bhanu, 27, is a houseman at Kuala Lumpur General Hospital (KLGH) and, like the thousands of healthcare workers in the country, she steadfastly devotes her time and energy to help the country fight Covid-19 and keep Malaysians safe.

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