Malaysia: Teaching in quarantine periods

Students were temporarily taught in small groups at STS. Photo Daniel Gloor

Fever, lung pain, unexplained exhaustion: For our international employee Daniel Gloor, the year in Malaysia began with an illness for which one would immediately be tested for Covid-19 today. But in January, the tests didn't yet exist. Whatever he was suffering from: Fortunately, Daniel Gloor, who works as a lecturer at Sabah Theological Seminary, has recovered well. In his new Newsletter he reports on teaching in quarantine times. He also provides insights into the issues that concern him and the students at STS and explains the political developments in Malaysia. 

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Newsletters are personal experience reports of our international employees. They do not necessarily reflect the view of Mission 21.

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