Readying for physical classes

UOW Malaysia KDU Penang University College chef Kumar Rajaretnam (with hat) and other staff members sanitising the culinary classroom while others prepare a mock hotel room (pic, below) at the college in Anson Road, George Town. — Photos: MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star

NOT everything can be taught online, such as how to cook for 50 customers in one go or do machine-tooling.

So, the private education sector in Penang has been delightedly revving up cleaning and sanitisation activities to prepare for real-world classes again.

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