Banker advocates CPR literacy after hands-on experience at KLIA

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  • Saturday, 23 Nov 2019

MELAKA: After experiencing a "heart-stopping" moment at KL International Airport, banker Emily Au Kay (pic) advocates for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) literacy to be shared more widely.

The 48-year-old banker urged private hospitals in the state to help teach the life-saving technique to the masses.

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