Reading space aims to make KL inclusive for underprivileged

Gan Pei Ling

Children with some books at the open-air reading space in Jalan Tun HS Lee. The project, set up by the Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP) in early February, aims to make the city more inclusive by utilising idle spaces. – The Malaysian Insight pic, February 25, 2018.

IN downtown Kuala Lumpur, an outdoor mini library has become a reading haven for low-income families and curious tourists.

Housewife Nur Hidayah, 28, from Sabah was browsing through the book collection with her husband and three young children when met on Saturday evening.

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