Rohingya Rage Day.

Hundreds of Ethnic Rohingya Muslim in Malaysia gather to ‘Stop Oppression of Rohingya’ outside Myanmar Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on November 25, 2016. The conflict in Myanmar’s Northwestern state of Rakhine has sent hundreds of Rohingya Muslims fleeing to Bangladesh and poses a serious challenge to Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, who swept to power last year on promises of National reconciliation.

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BERSIH 5.0

Bersih 5.0 and Red Shirt movement gather for demanding Malaysia Prime Minister, Najib Razak to step down and for fair elections on November 19, 2016 here in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Thousands of protestors attend to demand the resignation of Najib Razak.

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The Nine God Emperor Festival.

On the eve of the ninth moon, temples of the deities hold a ceremony to invoke and welcome the nine emperors. Since the arrival of the gods is believed to be through the waterways, processions are held from temples to the sea shore or river to symbolize this belief. Devotees dressed in traditional white, carrying incense and candles, await the arrival of their excellencies.

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Neon Excitement.

Hundreds of professional jumpers around the world showcased their exciting action in Kuala Lumpur international jump 15th edition. At  421 metres high, the Kuala Lumpur Tower is the seventh tallest telecommunication tower in Southeast Asia. The Base jump event was first held in conjunction with the anniversary of the Kuala Lumpur Tower on Oct 3, 1999. Since then, it became an annual event here and listed in the Malaysia Book of Records as the first BASE jump event in Malaysia.

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The faces of annonymous.

 

Malaysians have now witnessed the fourth round of rallies organized by the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih), an electoral reform movement that emerged in July 2005 as the Joint Action Committee for Electoral Reform (JACER). For the first time, the act of mass civil disobedience ran for 34 hours, from 2 p.m. on August 29 to 11.59 p.m. on August 30 in Kuala Lumpur and ended peacefully.

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THE HUNGRY GHOST FESTIVAL.

Malaysian ethnic Chinese offers prayer during the “Hungry Ghost Festival”. Countless hungry and restless ghosts are roaming Malaysia, and the world, to visit their living ancestors, at least according to Chinese convention. In traditional Chinese belief, the seventh month of the lunar year is reserved for the Hungry Ghost festival, or Yu Lan, a raucous celebration marked by feasts and music. This year the festival began Aug, 23. According to folklore, the ghosts who wander the physical world are ravenous and envious after dying without descendants or because they were not venerated by relatives who are still alive.

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