The morning after: MCT Tower bears scars of riot aftermath

Wong Kai Hui

Modified 3 Dec 2018, 4:45 am

Wooden boards stand in place of glass doors. A mangled billboard can be seen through the smashed window panes, shards from which remain scattered on the ground.

The open-air parking lot of the MCT Tower was closed, with Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) vehicles and personnel standing by at the adjacent One City Mall, still bearing scars of the aftermath of the Seafield temple riots.

Those returning to MCT for work attempt to carry on as usual around the wreckage, entering their offices from the adjacent One City Mall.

On her lunch break, IT engineer Tan Seo Kun told Malaysiakini that she saw the cars torched during the first day of riots the when she was stuck in traffic on the way to work on Monday morning...

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