Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Haze


Two school students see severe weather conditions in Lumut Jetty June 25, 2013. The Air Pollution Index (API) exceeds over 300 due to thick haze, forced the closure of 81 primary schools and 21 secondary schools in the Manjung district, Perak.

Perhimpunan dan Perarakan 'BlackOut 505'

Kuala Lumpur, 22 Jun 2013. Untuk kesekian kalinya, parti pembangkang mengadakan perarakan jalanan dan perhimpunan bagi memprotes keputusan Pilihan Raya Umum yang telah berlangsung pada May lalu. Kali ini mereka berarak dari beberapa lokasi dan berkumpul di Padang Merbok, Kuala Lumpur.

 

 Syaiful Redzuan Md Noor / CHAPTERSimages, Malaysia


Black505

 A participant with mask proclaiming the death of democracy,  among the rest of the crowd of the Black 505 rally, as they listened to the speeches by the PKR leaders on a hazy Saturday, June 22 2013.

Black505 was organized by the Pakatan Rakyat to put up claims against electoral fraud by the governing body - Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya - during the GE13 period.


~Khairil Faizi Jamian/CHAPTERSimages, Malaysia

Monday, January 28, 2013

Locomotives at Prai by Hasnuddin Fototeacher


KTMB locomotives on standby for shunting work during sunset at Prai Train Yard.

 

Traditional laundry by Ian Ahmad

It’s rare sight these days to see laundry being done this way. But that’s how it is at Elan’s Laundry N Dry Cleaning situated at the fringes of Ipoh city.

A worker washing the blanket in laundry service in Silibin.


Scrubbing the stain manually.

 Boiling the dirty cloth help to clean the oil from the cloth and bad odor.


Getting rid of excess water..laundry service in Silibin. The laundry named Elan’s Laundry N Dry Cleaning is still using the old and traditional way to clean the laundry since 50 years ago.





2013, The Year of the Snake

A young couple seen looking for lanterns for the coming Chinese New Year in Ipoh, Malaysia. Malaysia will celebarating the Snake year in 10th Febuary. NSTP/Supian Ahmad

A man seen looking for lanterns for the coming Chinese New Year in Ipoh, Malaysia. Malaysia will celebarating the Snake year in 10th Febuary. NSTP/Supian Ahmad

 A women seen looking for lanterns for the coming Chinese New Year in Ipoh, Malaysia. Malaysia will celebarating the Snake year in 10th Febuary. NSTP/Supian Ahmad

Muslims in Myanmar

Its not an easy to be wasted without getting the government's own defense as to make the Muslim Rohingya refugees in Sittwe, Myanmar feel their life has no meaning and seem to be in phase spend the rest of life. Confined away from the pace of progress and clean water sources was really a painful.
That's not just rhetoric though, but can clearly be seen when the journalists visits to four Internal Displacement Peoples (IDPs) camp for Rohingya's Muslim refugees. Unlike the temporary camp for people of Rakhine seen more perfect, Rohingya's refugees living trapped in between villages - with military control as if they were dangerous criminals. Thekebyin camp, which houses nearly 6,000 Rohingyas, it is sad to see children lining up for attention of the volunteers and some of them groans struggled to be free.

The only thing that keep them alive is..Hope.

An old man hand withered dangling on a cart in a Maw Daw refugee camp. NSTP/Supian Ahmad


A boy pumping water from the taps provided by the government in Thet Kay Pyin camp. NSTP/Supian Ahmad


A girls embrace the holy quran in Man Daw Camp. NSTP/Supian Ahmad


Muslims in Man Daw Camp take refuges in Maw Daw camp. NSTP/Supian Ahmad


Rusyam Jamal, 12 is among the people who take refuges in Man Daw Camp living in their temporary camp in
Rakhine State. NSTP/Supian Ahmad


Muslims in Man Daw Camp living in their temporary camp in Rakhine State. NSTP/Supian Ahmad


Refugees raging for food at Thet Kay Pyin camp in Rakhine State. NSTP/Supian Ahmad


Muslims in Man Daw Camp living in their temporary camp in Rakhine State. NSTP/Supian Ahmad



Fathma Hattuh with his son, Deen Mahmoud, 3 weeks in Man Daw Camp living in their temporary camp
in Rakhine State. NSTP/Supian Ahmad