Get Audio+
Scan to download the app

Social News

Fahmi Reza’s Jerebu Mural Gets Covered With Grey Paint After 3 Days Of Viral Vandalism

today8 September 2022


Source: @kuasasiswa on Twitter

In the past 2 years since Covid-19 took over the world, we’ve only barely noticed the lack of haze in the sky. I suppose everyone was too busy staying inside to openly burn their trash anymore.

Recently, local political graphic designer Fahmi Reza took to the streets and painted a mural indicating a haze warning.

The mural in question states “CAUTION: JEREBU IS COMING BACK” painted on a black and yellow background in typical warning sign fashion, and takes up a corner in a busy intersection placed in the local CBD. It’s hard to miss for sure.

Apparently, the mural sends a message targeted at Malaysian-owned organisations that are currently based in Indonesia who are allegedly part taking in open burning, which we all know is the source of our annual haze season.

Your Top Questions on Haze - Answered - Greenpeace Malaysia - Greenpeace Malaysia

Click here to read the full article.


Written by: Quinny Tan