Now as Malaysia enters the second week of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) and more businesses have reopened, here are some of the first few things Malaysians are doing this RMCO.
For months since the world was first hit by COVID-19, the media has shown us videos and images of the devastation around the world. But amidst what some call a “once in a century global health crisis”, wildlife thrives.
Restaurants are among the sectors that have been hit hardest by the MCO and Conditional MCO (CMCO). As Malaysia readies to fully reopen the economy come June 9, restaurant owners are finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
What’s “new normal” to you? For some, it could mean a change in their way of doing business, or how they approach life after COVID-19. For some, the pandemic presents them a chance to relieve all great things in life, such as a father who can now spend more precious time with his family like never before, when he had to leave for months for work.
If there is anything that this #MCO period has proven, is that the Internet really is a fun place to be. Across Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Tik Tok, people have been showing their creativity and doing their best to lighten the mood in times of uncertainty.
Mothers are the living embodiment of unconditional love. Each year, Mother’s Day is globally celebrated on the second Sunday of May. With this year’s unique circumstances, we will be celebrating Mother’s Day at home instead. But that doesn’t mean that Mother’s Day cannot be special this year. With some planning, Mother’s Day at home might be a celebration you will never forget.
But the MCO has also helped us become more productive. By now we have gotten the hang of working from home and balancing that with spending quality time with our family. A sub-conscious self-development if you will. Here are some tips with which you can enhance your productivity even more, whether it is for work, yourself or your family.
In 2020, it is the global pandemic COVID-19 with lockdowns in effect everywhere – for Malaysia, it’s the Movement Controlled Order (MCO). However, practicing gratitude can help us cope in these hard times because truly, there are lots of positive sides of this #MCO.
While most restaurants are shifting to deliveries and takeout during MCO, here are some of the hotels in Sarawak that are offering special sungkei meals for you to enjoy at home.
It’s really interesting to see how the Movement Control Order (MCO) has brought out the inner chef in most of us. Scroll over your Facebook news feed right now and we bet you’ll see at the very least one or two post(s) about some sort of cake or dessert someone is making for teatime or breakfast at home.