Sowing the seeds of sharing

Mohideen harvesting seeds from a fruit grown in the chemical-free CAP garden. With him is Subbarow.

THE culture of sharing to connect communities and promote collaborative consumption must be revived as it is part and parcel of our tradition, said Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) president Mohideen Abdul Kader.

He said the culture of sharing had slowly been eroded due to the rise of individualism, materialism and conspicuous consumption.

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