Former photographer Eddie Putera spends his days working with miniatures to create models known as dioramas. His creations are often displayed in exhibitions and museums.
Kuah Leong Chuan, probably the last granite tombstone maker in the country, chisels out each grave marker by hand and inscribes the customer's name in Jawi.
Govindaraj is just one of thousands of migrant workers from India who will be celebrating Deepavali far from friends and family.
After 80 years, the curtain fell on Oct 9, 2019 on one of Malaysia's best known dailies. Utusan Malaysia, as well as its sister paper Kosmo!, will no longer appear on news stands. These are the final moments of their staff on their last day at work.
Over 60 items that once held significance for people in relationships become part of an exhibition to recognise and showcase the pain experienced when these relationships die.
Thousands of members from both parties flock to the Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur to witness their leaders signing the historic agreement.
Amirah Nabilah Mohd Amrani's nimble fingers turn flags into patriotic costumes for Merdeka Day.
Kamal Bahrin's love for horses is evident in the way he takes care of them, from head to feet.
The story of a handicapped dog, abused by one family but showered with love by another. Every dog has its day.
Robotics whiz Laveneishyan demonstrates how to build a Line Following Robot, larger versions of which can carry parcels and goods or even children.
Explore the art and tradition of making ketupat, a much-loved Hari Raya staple.
Everyday throughout Ramadan, thousands of people line up to get packs of Bubur Lambuk cooked in the kitchen of Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur.
FMT meets the unsung heroes who keep the LRT trains on track.
Children will be children, and there will always be a space in their hearts for clowns like Munawar. We followed him as he clowned around in central KL.
Just a few months ago, S Sukumarah and his family were struggling to survive on the meagre income the former security guard earned from washing cars.
Since its debut in 1991, the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) has been showcasing the latest technologies in the industry, and has grown into the biggest exhibition of its kind in the Asia Pacific region.
Hundreds gather to show the world that Malaysians reject violence following the attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which saw 50 people killed.
The festival of Thaipusam was brought to Malaysia in the 1800s when Indian immigrants were brought in to work in rubber plantations and government offices. The first celebration was held at Batu Caves in 1888. Ever since the celebration grew bigger.
It has been the most eventful year in decades, with the historic change of government etched into the memories of Malaysians for a long time to come.