Malaysian woman quits corporate job to bind books for a living

Samsiah left the corporate world in 2009 to launch her book binding business in Kuala Lumpur. Photos: Samsiah Jendol

Kuala Lumpur-based bookbinder Samsiah Jendol, 50, sounded enthusiastic as she spoke about her trip to Penang last weekend.

She shared photos of all the food she devoured – nasi kandar, cendol, spring rolls, as well as some Instagram-worthy photos she took at tourist spots in Georgetown.

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