'Blind, but life goes on'
Two people who have been visually impaired since their youth speak about their achievements in spite of their disability.
The 'swindling politician' of Taiping
Victims say they have been defrauded of the money paid for plots of land and houses.
'Puja Pantai' with the Mah Meri
The Orang Asli of Pulau Carey perform an annual ritual known as Ancestors' Day to ask for good fortune and protection in the year to come.
On health, motivation and the importance of family
Physiotherapist Regine Wong speaks about what motivates her, and the meaning of Chinese New Year.
A New Year's visit with Suki
MalaysiaNow catches up with Suki Wong, a young girl whose plight drew the attention of kind-hearted Malaysians everywhere.
Catching the monsoon waves
While the rest of the country worries about rain and the possibility of floods, this small community of surfers takes full advantage of the weather conditions.
Taking an artistic leap
Norhayati Ahmad never picked up a paintbrush until recently but has since discovered an artistic talent.
This was 2022
A look back at the events and happenings of the year.
The music of Christmas on a sape
Professional sape player Anderson Kalang speaks about his roots and his celebration of Christmas far from his home in Miri.
Taking out the trash
Although it is hard and dirty work, garbage collector Mohd Rizal Ahmad is content in knowing that he is earning an honest living.
The cat rescuers patrolling the streets
From 'private cat rescuers' to professional vets, individuals tell of the work they do to help stray animals.
Countdown to Tambun showdown
A quick look at Tambun's banner war as eyes remain glued to the future of Malaysia's most ambitious politician.