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Life during Movement Control Order

It has been 59 days since Malaysians adapted living under the movement control order (MCO) implemented by government on March 18 to curb the Covid-19 pandemic. 

First Week of Movement Control Order

Malaysia government was implemented the Movement Control Order on 18 March 2020 as a preventive measure towards the coronavirus pandemic COVID-19. The objective of this movement to isolate the source of the coronavirus outbreak.

Malaysia 14th General Election

‘Mother of elections’ indeed it was. Here’s a summary of what happened during GE14 or PRU14. Despite it being held mid-week, 82.32% went to cast their votes on May 9. The opposition coalition Pakatan Harapan led by 92 year old former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad managed to secure 113 seats, thus defeating ruling party Barisan Nasional (BN) that managed to only secure 79 seats, down 54 seats that it won in the last election. Here,The Biddy’s proudly present our top shots of the most historic general election to date

Festival of Sacrifice, Offerings For Fiery Mount Bromo

The Mont-long Yadnya Kasada is the main festival of the Tengger community, believed to be descendants of Majapahit princess Roro Anteng and her husband, Joko Seger, from the 13th century.

Red Shirt Rally

Protesters gather at Padang Merbok during Himpunan Merah at PWTC, Kuala Lumpur. Adib Rawi Yahya/theSun

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The Biddy’s is a collective work uniting emerging Malaysian photojournalists. Formed in 2013, The Biddy’s started out as a group of photojournalists from various media organisations in the Klang Valley.  The Biddy’s serves as a platform to showcase published and unpublished works of these young talents ranging from various topics; politics, arts, culture, life and more. Through our lens, we hope to capture, document and share our stories and perspectives to the world, hoping for a better insight for years to come.

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