In times of crisis, Malaysians show it’s true spots, their kindness and caring side.
When everything slows down during a nationwide flash flood, Malaysians from different backgrounds come together and focus their talents, passions and compassion to help each other regardless of their gender, race, skin colour or beliefs.
Photo via Twitter (@KulupKudin)
The flash floods that have devastated the country recently left tens of thousands stranded after losing their homes and all of their possessions.
Without any hesitation, thousands of Malaysians have jumped to the rescue of those in need!
A Malaysian man recently went viral after he drove all the way to Puchong from Melaka carrying a boat on the roof of his car to help the flood victims in Shah Alam.
Cheng, who posted the story on Twitter said: “Abang Azwan came from Melaka and brought his boat to help those in Shah Alam this morning. He was in Puchong earlier and now he is heading to Sri Muda to help the flood victims there.
“After already saving a lot of flood victims, he is now heading to other places to help more people who might need his help,” he said.
What a selfless thing to do. Thank you Abang Azwan for your kindness!
By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat