A look into various parts of remote Sabah, outside the now labelled "red zone" area.
We take a quick trip into quiet, serene Permatang Pauh.
Being proud of where you come from was something unfamiliar to Puah Sze Ning until she started working with the indigenous rights movement.
Explore how anchovies end up from the sea to your plate.
Residents in a cluster of quaint fishing villages in Pengerang go about their daily lives despite threats to their homes and livelihoods.
Organised by the Indigenous Peoples Network of Malaysia, the original peoples of Malaysia come together to celebrate their culture and history.
The Living Museum programme is an ongoing oral history exercise taking place in George Town to document, interpret and present the city's living heritage: its long-term residents and traders in the inner city.
Puah Sze Ning captures the life of oil palm estate workers in Pahang and Sabah.
After a 15-year ban, kickboxing or Tomoi tournaments are now regularly held in Kelantan since 2006.
Penang's Hindu temples are one of the legacies left behind by 18th and 19th century-era Indian migrants in search of a brighter future.