Let’s find ways to hang onto those valuable life experiences

I THINK I can speak for many in Kuala Lumpur when I say I am still grappling with the “new normal” in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly the soaring cost of living. T

here’s been a constant, prevailing notion that the ideal solution lies in cutting back, tightening our belts, and spending less. Some even suggest changing our diet and turning to ubi kayu (tapioca) as our main food source in the face of rising rice prices!

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