More than just a gotong-royong

Students and teachers making sure every bit of rubbish is collected during the World Wetlands Day 2020 celebration at Kuala Muda on the mainland.

SOME 80 volunteers comprising students and teachers from eight schools in Penang embarked on a gotong-royong to clean up the beach at Kuala Muda near Kepala Batas on the mainland.

During the three-hour activity, the volunteers collected a total of 150kg of rubbish, with 21kg being damaged fishing nets.

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