Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Videos

00:04:07

Starting again, from A to Z

The floods that swept across large parts of Selangor have left farmers struggling to recover from their losses.
00:16:29

Talk, Now with The Kumaars

Vloggers Logesh and Rachel speak to MalaysiaNow about life in the US, missing Malaysia and raising their children to know the best of both worlds.
00:02:27

After the floods in Selangor

Days after some of the worst floods to ever hit the country, homes and lives remain in shambles.
00:04:50

A very ‘Asli’ Christmas

This predominantly Christian Orang Asli settlement in Perak prepares for Christmas, but not in the conventional way that it is celebrated.
00:06:00

Melaka’s Portuguese settlement ushers in Christmas

The Portuguese have been in Melaka for many, many years now, and they celebrate Christmas in full tradition.
00:05:49

Listen to our voice, a plea from the disabled community

They want to be independent but require government assistance in order to get started.
00:04:21

65 going on 25, the ‘old’ Grab rider

At 65, Zakaria Abdul Wahab is thoroughly enjoying his unconventional job.
00:05:50

A plea from Melaka’s Portuguese community

The Portuguese settlement in Ujong Pasir is a testament to Melaka's colonial past. The community here has been battling land reclamation which affects residents' livelihoods and quality of life.
00:06:17

Seashore politics in Melaka’s hottest seat

Tanjung Bidara is a coastal seat and considered the most keenly contested in the Melaka state election. But here, fishermen have other things to worry about.
00:06:48

A mother’s fight to make her child a Malaysian

Nine-year-old Alias Daniel was adopted as a baby but has no details of his origins except his date and place of birth.
00:05:06

From a cemetery, a plea for a home

This Deepavali, all Mogana and her family want is a house to live in once they leave the abandoned temple that has been their home for years.
00:06:58

Stateless and turning 21 in Malaysia

Thinesh longs to achieve great things in her life, but cannot without citizenship.

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