While some of us are “bored out of our minds” being stuck at home during this Movement Control Order (MCO) period, some are struggling to put food on the table for their families
Holding true to the saying charity begins at home, we stepped up to the plate to help our own colleagues weather through this storm. #kitajagakita
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is causing a lot of fear, anxiety and sadness in the world. Since January this year, thousands worldwide have died from the virus as it wreaks havoc on our healthcare systems, the economy and our social lives.
But as humans retreat for safety, nature is beginning to flourish. Reports show that air pollution has decreased and animals are taking over our cities, finding silver linings in times of despair.