Malaysian father makes wooden playsets for his two kids during the pandemic

From the time he was a young boy, Loh has loved making or fixing things around the house. Photos: Loh Jon Ming

Two-year-old Luke Loh and his brother Levi, one, haven’t been to the playground since the lockdown was enforced more than six weeks ago. Thankfully the boys can still play indoors, with wooden playsets that were all custom-made by their father, businessman Loh Jon Ming, 32.

The boys – who live in Subang Jaya – are never bored at home.

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