Former Malaysian national rhythmic gymnast builds mini street library in her neighbourhood


Low has set aside about 300 books for the mini library. Photos: Carol Low

It pass off as a birdhouse from the outside but there’s nothing feathery about it, just a wealth of knowledge.

And the small structure – located in Shah Alam, Selangor – has been gaining attention from people around the area lately.

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