CMCO: Malaysian engineering graduate sells masala tea for RM1 to make a living

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  • Saturday, 28 Nov 2020

Kavievanan Subramaniam, 23, had big dreams to work as a mechanical engineer after his graduation in February. But everything changed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

"Many companies were retrenching staff during the movement control order. I knew it would be a challenge to secure a job," said Kavievanan during a phone interview recently.

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