Counting on togetherness now more than ever

Malik and wife Zainol Emilia sharing festive goodies with Ng in USJ, Subang Jaya. — Photos: AZLINA ABDULLAH/The Star.

Multicultural festivals in Malaysia have been anything but festive since the outbreak of Covid-19, leaving people stuck in unfamiliar territory and longing to be among loved ones back home.

The tune of Sudirman’s Balik Kampung blaring on the radio as well as in supermarkets may evoke nostalgic memories, but plans have to be put on hold for the time being.

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