[Asie du Sud-Est] Indonesia’s melancholy Ramadan echoed in Singapore, Malaysia amid coronavirus lockdowns
Auteurs : Joe Cochrane. Award-winning Jakarta-based foreign correspondent, editor and former war correspondent. Additional reporting by Bloomberg, Kok Xinghui and Tashny Sukumaran.
Production : South China Morning Post (SCMP). Quotidien de langue anglaise publié à Hong Kong depuis 1903.
Diffusion : site du journal SMCP.
Date et heure : 24 avril 2020, 08:17 PM
In Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country, hundreds of millions are unable to congregate during the holy month of Ramadan.
Muslims in neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia are also having a more solemn Ramadan as Covid-19 social distancing rules are enforced.
Source : Joe Cochrane, “Indonesia’s melancholy Ramadan echoed in Singapore, Malaysia amid coronavirus lockdowns”, South China Morning Post, 24/04/2020. URL : https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/lifestyle-culture/article/3081488/indonesias-melancholy-ramadan-echoed-singapore-malaysia (consulté le 25/04/2020).
Photo “à la une’ : A man wearing a face mask and sitting far from anybody else reads the Koran after Friday prayers at the Al Makmur mosque in Banda Aceh, one of few mosques that were open. © AFP