In the time of Crisis, Malaysians show its true spots, the kindness and caring side. When everything slows down during the movement control order, Malaysian have the time to think and recalibrate their life goals. People from different backgrounds came together and focused their talents, passion and compassion to help each other – all Malaysian and all residence in Malaysia. TheStar newspaper highlight the #KitaJagaKita initiative, which matches people who want to help with people in need such as individuals, groups and frontliners impacted by the pandemic and movement control order (MCO), through community endeavours. They are showing how we can be a good neighbour and paying it forward.
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