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No doubt the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) has greatly affected us. It tried our patience on social distancing, reintroduced digital challenges, and even sharpened creative skills. However, as we put our hope in the Recovery phase starting June 10, here's a look back at some of the trending quotes that brought us through the past 3 months with humour, advice and motivation.
Since the Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced Malaysia will start Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) from 10 June to 31 August and domestic travel will be allowed, many people have quickly made their plans to have a nice getaway with their loved ones.Continue Reading →
The Movement Control Order (MCO) and the subsequent Conditional MCO (CMCO) have been ongoing for more than two months now. While the country and states borders are not up for reopening yet, we can travel inter-district for the time being. If you are healthy and your circumstances allow, those in the green zones within the... Continue Reading →
The spread of coronavirus has disrupted tourism industry around the world. But sooner or later, the economy will eventually reopen, and travelling will be viable again for all. Here are some predictions for how our travel would change after the Movement Control Order (MCO). Importance of hygiene and cleanliness Choosing transportations and accommodations with guaranteed... Continue Reading →
The Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdowns have affected the world all over. Thus, Malaysia has seen many major tourist spots deserted since the Movement Control Order (MCO) was put in place. However, although the sight may appear eerily desolate, it's also strangely delightful. Keep scrolling to see what we're talking about!
Every year we wait for a unique and heartwarming Raya advertisement to tug at our hearts. However, this Syawal will come during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) period—meaning a new style and thus a new kind of "normal". Though we have to say, watch you're about to watch is no less touching! #1 Petronas... Continue Reading →
The last few days of Ramadan usually involve the hustle and bustle of preparations for the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration and returning to hometowns. However, as the coronavirus pandemic looms and the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) extended, this year will definitely be different. Regardless of the situation, here's to our successful annual fasting period from dawn... Continue Reading →
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has recently announced the extension of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) until 9 June 2020. While various economic and social activities have been allowed, there is a strict standard operating procedure (SOP) to follow. Read more to find out what you can and can’t do during this CMCO... Continue Reading →
The Facebook group Masak Apa Tak Jadi Hari Ni Official has gone viral since the Movement Control Order (MCO) started. The page acts as a 'support group' for people who had unfortunately botched their cooking. Masak Apa Tak Jadi Hari Ni Official has now garnered 1.8 million followers and even mentioned by the Prime Minister... Continue Reading →
The Health Ministry has been advising citizens to wear masks, practise social distancing and avoid the 3Cs (crowded places, confined spaces and close face-to-face conversations) during the Movement Control Order (MCO). However, once the order is lifted, it will be a while before our lives can return to normal. Here are some precautions and practices... Continue Reading →
Ramadan is the month in which Muslims abstain from food and drink from dawn to sunset, refrain from immoral acts and thought, and do better as a Muslim through religious deeds and as a human being through charity towards others. This holy month is the month we all waited for, as it always comes with... Continue Reading →