'Many things will change... we need to be ready': Malaysian digital creator Andre Amir

Andre recently made the brave move of leaving his job, as it was taking up a lot of his time, and went into content creation full time. Andre Amir

It has been an uncertain few weeks due to the Movement Control Order, and while we find ways to keep busy, stay on top of our work and spend quality time with our loved ones, many are trying to spread positivity during these challenging times.

For Life Inspired's mens’ issue this month, we connected with personalities who excel in their respective professions, while maintaining a good balance of work and play. they spoke to us about their careers, reflections during this period and how they are preparing for the month of Ramadan.

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