This Malaysian creates works of art with his embroidery

Wong with some of his embroidered creations. Photos: The Star/K K SHAM

After a long day at work, Decklan Wong, 47, isn’t interested in watching the latest TV series or reading a fantasy novel. Instead, the Klang-based senior accounts executive picks up his embroidery hoop, and paints pictures with his needle and threads.

“I spend too much time working with numbers during working hours. Embroidery provides me with a sense of comfort and relaxation. It must be the repetitive action of sewing that encourages relaxation.

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