Millennials Surviving the Quarantine

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MILLENNIALS ARE FINDING themselves under unusual circumstances these days, as they navigate the indelible changes that Covid-19 has introduced into their lives. For some, this entails getting accustomed to new working or studying conditions; for others, it is about reassessing and learning to maintain relationships. Penang Monthly speaks to four millennials to understand how their lives have been impacted by the Movement Control Order (MCO), as well as their takeaways from the pandemic. Man on a Mission “There’s something about being able to witnessyour friends’ facial expressions when theyare expressing themselves; the interactionfeels raw, more authentic. You gauge theirintentions better. I miss that.” For ...

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