#MYStayHome: Malaysian fountain pen enthusiasts find solace in their hobby

Ozzie is using her time at home to do an inventory of the pens and inks she has in her collection.

Dr Muhamad Akmal Mohammad, a medical officer with the emergency department at Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah in Alor Setar, Kedah, is one of the many frontliners dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak.

Life, he says, has been more hectic than ever before for him and his colleagues who have their hands full dealing with the Covid-19 cases while also attending to other emergency cases that come to the hospital.

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