Collection pictures of Malaysia daily life.
34 pictures and featured on Chinese New Year, QIngMing Festival, El Nino phenomenon, wet season, Malaysia police day, Holy Week prayer and daily life taken in the capital of Kuala Lumpur city center.
Photo by Daniel Chan
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Supporters gathered in front the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya to supports the opposition leader final appeal on the charge of having sodomised his fomer aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan seven years ago. Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will serve a five-year jail term from 10th Feb, 2015 after the Federal Court upheld the Court of Appeal’s earlier decision
his political career has been filled with ups and downs. However, the latest guilty verdict handed out to him by the Federal Court, could spell his exit from the political scene, although he has vowed to continue his fight and struggle.
Photo by Daniel Chan
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak greets the Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo during Widodo’s welcoming ceremony at Perdana Putra in Putrajaya on February 6, 2015. Widodo is on a three-day visit to Malaysia. TRP/Daniel Chan
Collection pictures of Malaysia 57th National Day held at Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur.
The love of Malaysians for the country, which was aptly captured in this year’s Merdeka (Independence Day) theme “Malaysia: Here, Where Love Begins”. It was a flamboyant Merdeka parade at Dataran Merdeka on the morning of Aug 31, 2014 as Malaysians celebrated the nation’s 57th independence day. The parade started at 8am and ended at 10am with some 15,000 people in attendance. The celebrations reflected the pride in the heart of Malaysians in calling this country their home. While the tragedies of MH17 and MH370 remain close at heart, Malaysians today came together to celebrate a joyous occasion as they keep the tragedies in mind, as a reminder to stay strong and to stand in solidarity with one another in order to face whatever the future may bring.
Photo by Daniel Chan
Collection pictures of Malaysia’s National Day of Mourning for MH17.
The bodies and ashes of 20 victims from the airliner that was shot down over eastern Ukraine last month were given full military honours and a day of national mourning was declared – the first in the country’s history. Many people in offices in the nation of 30 million observed a minute’s silence as the hearses were driven from the tarmac of Kuala Lumpur International Airport to private funerals. Some public trains in the capital stopped operating. Carried by soldiers and draped in the national flag, coffins carrying Malaysian victims of the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 returned home yesterday as the search continues for those onboard another doomed jet and the government battles the political fallout from the two tragedies.
All 298 people on board died when the jet was shot down over an area of Ukraine controlled by pro-Russia separatists on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. The victims included 43 Malaysians and 195 Dutch nationals. An international inquiry is going on, but no one has been arrested.
Collection pictures of Malaysian Airlines MH17 shot down while it was at a cruising altitude of 33,000 feet leaving no chance of survival for the 298 souls onboard MH17. On 17th July 2014, A Malaysian passenger airliner with 295 people on board was shot down near the border of Ukraine and Russia, where witnesses say dozens of bodies are scattered around the wreckage, according to a number of reports. The Boeing 777-200ER, carrying 280 passengers and 15 crew members, was shot down at an altitude of 10,000 metres above Eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian bureau of the Russia-based news agency Interfax reported. The Boeing plane was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia Airlines said in a statement that it received notification from Ukrainian air traffic control that it had lost contact with Flight MH17 at 10 a.m. ET around 30 kilometres from Tamak waypoint, approximately 50 kilometres from the Russia-Ukraine border. This is the second incident in less than five months involving a Malaysia Airlines plane. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared in March while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. It has not been found, but the search for the wreckage of the plane has been concentrated in the Indian Ocean far west of Australia. During this day, Malaysian NGO’s held a candlelight vigil to tribute to the all the passengers and some NGO’s gathered in front of Russia Embassy and Ukraine Embassy to protests on the same issue in Kuala Lumpur.