Sabah teens build hut in clearing to keep up with online learning

Sharon Juliat Selvanathan

Modified 1 Jul 2020, 3:19 pm

Having online classes from the comfort of their bedroom during the movement control order (MCO) is a dream come true for many students. But for those in Kampung Bomboi, Sabah, the digital divide means this dream is far from reach.

SMK Keningau students Rechellyna Wivian Rinus, 17, and her sister Riverra Wiviani Rinus, 15, are among the many children who are not able to access the Internet from their homes.

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