90% of Orang Asli support BN, says Cameron Highlands MP
Ramli Mohd Nor plays down the odds of competition from a new party known as Asli.
No future for Orang Asli youth
Village leaders worry about their young people who cannot find jobs in the city but have no prospects at home.
In Gerik, changing times leave Orang Asli youth stuck at crossroads
Their traditional skills are on the decline but they are ill-equipped to deal with modern life outside their village.
In Perak, religious school encourages Orang Asli students to keep going
While many have dropped out, the school set up by the state religious authorities is doing its best to give its students a good education.
'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.
A day with the ancestors for the Mah Meri
The Mah Meri Orang Asli from Kampung Sungai Judah in Pulau Carey perform an annual ceremony at the beach to ask their ancestors for protection and good fortune.
Logistics, trust issues behind high dropout rate among Orang Asli children
Many parents are still traumatised by the incident in 2015, in which a number of Orang Asli children got lost and died in the jungle after running away from school.
Over RM1 billion allocated for senior citizens, Orang Asli
An additional tax deduction for employers employing ex-prisoners will also be extended to former inmates of Henry Gurney Schools and government protection and rehabilitation institutions.
Over 10% of Orang Asli children have dropped out of school, says minister
Factors include logistics, family problems and a negative attitude towards education.
'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.
A day at 'school' with the Mah Meri Orang Asli children
With school dropouts a concern among the villagers, efforts are being made to encourage as many children as possible to continue their education.
Orang Asli girl blazes a trail in mountain biking
Nia Vanessa Suhana is determined to prove that women can succeed in the sport.