Women to the fore during pandemic


With International Women's Day on March 8, some women can’t wait to get their lives back on track after the pandemic.

PETALING JAYA: No thanks to the pandemic, they have put their lives on pause for two years, but Malaysian women say that they have emerged stronger.

“One thing that the pandemic has taught me is that women are strong. My wish is that all of us will stay the way we are and continue to be successful in spite of challenges,” said lecturer Nur Adillah Maaz, 41.

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