Art in a graveyard
Visitors flock to the Good Fortune Pavilion in Bukit Seputih, where an unusual art exhibition was held for the first time in a burial ground.
From company director to clown
Mohd Fadly Abu Hasan left his job at a private company after 10 years and is now literally as happy as a clown.
A day on the road in the big city
From traffic jams and running red lights to accidents and even more traffic jams, driving in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur can be a hazardous experience.
20 years and counting of selling iced tea for RM1
Huri sells thousands of drinks each day, half of which are teh o ais – the crowd favourite.
Dataran Merdeka never sleeps
Young and old come flocking to the iconic Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur for a fun night out.
Silence falls over the National Monument
Built to commemorate those who died in the country's struggle for freedom, the National Monument, like many other landmark tourist attractions, is now mostly quiet.
Welcome to the farm on the roof of a mall
The Fresh Growcer (Rooftop Farm @ 1Utama) initiative by Emil Jihad and Tony Yong allows customers to choose their own vegetables which are all grown in an aquaponics system.
Hari Raya for the homeless on the streets of Kuala Lumpur
Living rough means that many are dependent on charity for any form of celebration they might have.
A tough race to victory
Mountain bikers speed through tricky terrain that tests riders and bicycles alike.
One man’s efforts to keep the world green
Suzairi Zakaria has spent many years working with the Orang Asli and doing what he can to save Kelantan's forest plants from extinction.
Chinese New Year, Terengganu Peranakan-style
Like the rest of the Chinese community in Malaysia, they celebrate Lunar New Year but with a twist.
Christmas with the Bidayuh
The largely Christian minority live deep in the interior of Sarawak, passing on their traditions and culture from one generation to the next.