Try your best to be socially responsible, Malaysian documentary filmmaker urges

Among Lubon's work was "Operation Sumatran Rhino" (2016), a National Geographic wildlife documentary on Malaysia’s last Sumatran rhinos that is still being aired today. Photos: Lydia Lubon

Like any other Malaysian now, Lydia Lubon is staying at home obeying the movement control order (MCO).

"(My life) completely revolves around working online, connecting with friends and colleagues on social media, and thinking about what to make for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Work and makan, the pillars of Malaysian society!” she says in jest.

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