In pictures: Palestinian flags flood KL's US embassy
Tens of thousands march toward the US embassy in Kuala Lumpur in the largest anti-Israel protest in Malaysia since the latest war in Gaza erupted this month.
Keeping up with the cost of living
As the country grapples with a food crisis and price surge, some consumers resort to cheaper locally grown products, while others strive for self-sufficiency by growing their own food.
Mega project leaves villagers with nowhere to go
Villagers say the East Coast Rail Link project will cut through their neighbourhood and destroy their family homes.
Hold the snake and say 'cheese!'
Snake breeder Waliyuddin Jali shares his passion for exotic animals with as many people as he can.
A trip through Jebat's reptile house
Waliyuddin Jali, nicknamed Jebat, struggled to find a conventional job due to facial scars from childhood, but he has turned his snake breeding hobby into a stable income stream.
The art of making tofu
For years, Naim Samin, 65, has been skilfully crafting tofu from soybeans, distributing it across local markets in Sepang, Selangor.
The 'Save Malaysia' rally on Malaysia Day
Crowds flock to Kampung Baru in Kuala Lumpur in a show of protest against the decision to halt the corruption trial of Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
Scenes from Merdeka parade
Thousands throng Dataran Putrajaya in the administrative capital to celebrate the country's 66th independence day.
Malaysians celebrate 66th Merdeka Day
The spirit of patriotism is on full display as Malaysians welcome National Day once more.
A village's story of 'independence'
The residents of Kampung Melayu Bumi Hijau recall their struggle to save their village, and voice gratitude for the home they have now.
Villagers recall their eviction in the 1980s despite efforts to fight development activities.
In the miniature world of terrariums
Abdul Aziz Majid explains the art of terrarium-making and how best to enjoy them.
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