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Lockdown-weary Malaysians get appetite for drive-in dining

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Malaysians have jumped at the chance for an unusual eating-out experience allowing them to enjoy restaurant food despite coronavirus curbs: in-car dining.

Added on the 19/02/2021 09:51:12 - Copyright : AFP EN

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