PN slams Anwar's 'eye-popping' marathon Raya events in election-geared states
The opposition coalition accuses the government of hijacking a religious celebration for political reasons and failing to adhere to its own austerity measures.
'Why so calculative?': Saifuddin defends govt's open house drive
The home minister says the open houses are not election campaign programmes, but rather an approach for the prime minister to reach out and meet with the people.
No break from politics, even during Aidilfitri
Inevitably, conversation turns towards the topic, some families say.
The cannons of Hari Raya
In Kuala Kangsar, dozens of steel cannons are fired in a decades-old tradition to mark the start of the Eid holiday.
The artist painting Hari Raya portraits
Amirul Danial says the gratitude he receives from his customers is a gift.
Raya in the kampung and the city
Whether in the villages or in the city centres, Hari Raya merriment spreads far and wide.
Marking Hari Raya in Chow Kit
Ana and her children have celebrated Hari Raya many times in the notorious district.
Hari Raya on the streets of Chow Kit
The needy and the urban poor turn out in droves to receive the gifts of food and clothing given by charitable individuals and groups.
Dreaming of Raya as a Malaysian
Nurul Akashah has been fighting for years to be recognised as a Malaysian citizen, doing what she can on her own.
Of bamboo and lemang
Hasan spends his days searching the jungle for the plant, an essential part of the lemang enjoyed during Hari Raya.
'I don't know how to celebrate': Girl without citizenship dreams of a happy Aidilfitri
Nurul Akashah has never truly celebrated Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Learning to celebrate Raya without citizenship
Nurul Akashah does what she can to earn a living with little thought of a lavish celebration.
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