'Hari Raya' in an Orang Asli village
The celebration, which coincides with the annual International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples on Aug 9, is marked by traditional activities and dances.
Vets department unhappy with report on homeless ex-soldier
The department in charge of armed forces veterans confirms Ruslan was a member of the Territorial Army but says he does not qualify as a veteran.
From homeless to adopted in fairy tale ending for former soldier
Ruslan has found a new family after years of living on the streets.
No Raya oomph at Rantau Panjang as Thai land border stays closed
While crowds gather, they are nothing close to pre-pandemic numbers.
Gainfully employed but still down and out
Many homeless people in the capital city do not make enough to keep a roof over their heads.
Hari Raya, after 2 long years
Muslims gather to celebrate the occasion for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Once a soldier, now sleeping rough on the streets of Kuala Lumpur
Ruslan was released from the army's military reserve force after contracting pneumonia, and now spends his days trying to scrape together enough to get off the streets.
Festive price hikes herald need for Economic Sabotage Act?
The crisis in the supply and pricing of basic goods due to the monopoly of cartels and syndicates might signal the need for such an act.
Evicted from their home, mother and daughters live among birds instead
Hamidah and her two children now live in a grim grey building used to rear swiftlets for the harvest of their nests.
Nothing in the house for families in small fishing village
In Kampung Teluk Muroh, there is no money for food or bills, much less Hari Raya.
Muslim but not Malay: Hari Raya in the home of a Chinese convert
Muhammad Ridhuan Lau Abdullah, who celebrates Hari Raya in a samfu, says there is a difference between religion and culture.
Muslim Bidayuh village rejoices in multicultural Raya once more
While they are a minority in a largely Christian area, they have always celebrated festive events with non-Muslim relatives and friends, and are eager to do so once again this year.