Malaysians are reading more books

Feeding the mind: Academicians echo the need for improvement in Malaysia’s reading culture, saying that the habit should be sown early, especially during childhood. —

BE it for school, learning or just to enjoy a good story, Malaysians are reading more books today – an extra five books a year.

Malaysians are now reading an average of 20 books annually, compared with 15 in 2014, based on early findings from a government study made available to Sunday Star.

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