Online project aims to preserve hawker culture in Klang Valley


Hawker culture in Malaysia is unique but the pandemic has left many food businesses struggling.

A GROUP of 11 Malaysians have started a voluntary project to support hawkers in the Klang Valley that have been badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Known as DabaoKL, it is an offshoot of the pioneer project in Penang – DabaoPG – but run by a new set of volunteers.

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