Timely aid for senior citizens in need


Helping out: Penang Mutiara Charity and Voluntary Association chairman Lim Teik Aun (right) handing over essential supplies to Khar at his house in Bukit Dumbar, Jelutong. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: After weeks of rationing, Khar Cheow Beng, who is blind in one eye, can finally heave a sigh of relief after receiving food and essential supplies.

The 60-year-old, who lives alone, said the supplies could last for a month.

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