Sunday, October 17, 2021


The Chinese friends flying the wau in Kajang

Tan Chin Seong and his friends enjoy making and playing with the traditional kite and hope that more will join them in keeping the game alive.

Being stateless and left behind

Sara (not her real name) longs to reach life's normal milestones of getting a driving licence and going to university, but she knows that such things may be forever out of reach.

The ‘Babu Roti’ of Sentul

Abdul Hafiz Md Daud has been selling bread around the Kuala Lumpur suburb since 1965 and he intends to keep going despite ill health and even a few accidents.

Life at the end of the race track

Mohd Raduan Emeari tells the story of his transition from being a national athlete to filling tanks at a petrol station.

Behind the wheel with Dr Mahathir

At the ripe old age of 96, Dr Mahathir Mohamad is still game for highway spins himself, and has no qualms about getting behind the wheel.

All in a day’s work at grandpa’s oil palm plantation

Nor Syazwani Norazman works just as hard as any of her male relatives and enjoys the time spent with family.

From podium to petrol station

Mohd Raduan Emeari is no longer a national para-athlete but he is content with his life and where he is now.

Winning hearts and minds one Orang Asli village at a time

Mobile vaccination teams head out to Orang Asli villages in the interior to tell them of the importance of getting jabbed against the Covid-19 virus.

Talk, Now with Nazri Aziz

Vocal MP shares about his life journey, from being a reluctant politician to some of his most memorable times as he decides to retire from politics altogether, in this fourth episode of Talk, Now.

Klang Valley moves to Phase 2

Roads begin to fill with traffic and pedestrians once more as the area regains some of the hustle and bustle lost during the first phase of the National Recovery Plan.

A policeman’s story during the Malayan Emergency

Krishnan Nair Raman Nair recalls his experiences during the communist uprising.

A song for Malaysia from behind Singapore bars

Death row prisoner Pannir Selvam pens a tribute to his country, his second song from behind bars.

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