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.
The Break Up Exhibition was jointly organised by the Sunway University Psychology Department and Psychology Club.
They may seem trivial, but some exhibits hold a world of meaning, like this beer can which tells the story of a man who, after losing his job, turned into an abusive father whom his family could barely recognise.
An entire section of the gallery is devoted to the loss of pets. Here, a picture is seen of a baby sugar glider which died of an inborn disease.
This stack of newspapers was contributed by an individual whose grandmother, an avid reader of news, had passed away.
Visitors make their way through the gallery, reading the stories behind the items and the people who contributed them.
This couple once enjoyed many movies together. Now, this stack of ticket stubs is all that remains of their happy moments.
A large teddy bear sits as a reminder of a three-year relationship that came to an amicable end.
Romantic relationships don't always work out, but sometimes they can still have a perfect ending.
A jar full of origami swans folded by a loving father is all that's left of a fire which destroyed this person's entire family along with the house.
The relationship is over, but this letter remains as a reminder of the love and joy that accompanied it.