Singer Mizz Nina to share experiences on donning hijab

KUALA LUMPUR: Singer Shazrina Azman, popularly known as Mizz Nina (pic), is to share her self-reflection and experiences on donning the 'hijab' (head covering), at the World Hijab Day (WHD) Malaysia at the KLCC Park Sunday.

The gathering, organised by a group of young Muslimah in collaboration with WHD Ambassador for Kuala Lumpur Emi Idura Che Hashim, is being held in conjunction with the World Hijab Day celebration on Feb 1, said a statement by the organiser here today.

World Hijab Day, inspired by New Yorker Nazma Khan and which has been celebrated in 116 countries on Feb 1 every year since 2013, aims among others to foster tolerance and understanding on women wearing the hijab.

The celebration, which will kick off at 11 am, will also promote professional hijab styling and fun competitions.

The people are encouraged to bring along their pre-loved hijab that could be donated to needy Muslimah affected by floods in the east coast.

A present-wrapping service is also available at the venue for the donation purpose.  – Bernama
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