Editor’s Note : Walking in the shoes of the people >> STORY EDITOR’S NOTE Viktor Chong firstname.lastname@example.org T he production of Best@Bukit Jalil has been a labour of love.
From the office to the groundworks, we took meticulous care to sketch a metaphorical portrait for Bukit Jalil.
Under the sweltering heat, we walked the path taken by the people, trying to peer into the lives they lead.
Moving around the 80-acres Bukit Jalil Recreational Park in formal office attire was particularly challenging, especially when the sun shone brightly that day.
But every cloud has its silver lining.
The hospitality of the people is yet another turn of the chapter that we will never forget.
I could not forget the wholesome scent of freshly baked bread or the golden crisp of their waffles.
The sight and sound of life was something that numbers could not reflect or quantify.
And I believe the Best@ series is a fair representation of the land.
It is the face that the masses could relate to; bringing shape and texture to the abstract.
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