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From P. Ramlee to pop-yeh-yeh, there's a book that captures the heydays of Penang's music scene.
At Imago Mundi, small is the new big.
Our resident hiker takes us on a dramatic – and curious – trek through the Lily Pond Circular Walk.
With an Internet speed that lags behind Singapore, Vietnam and even Cambodia, we explore the realities of Malaysia's broadband situation.
The streets of Berastagi come alive with ritual and mysticism.
Dr Hartini Zainudin, founder of Yayasan Chow Kit and current vice president of Voice of the Children, sheds light on the stateless.
With Penang's upgrade to city status, it's time to upgrade its level of cleanliness as well.
Penang banks on its creative minds.
From a traditional transactional services hub to higher value-added knowledgebased activities, Penang’s SSO industry is on the precipice of transformation.
George Town Festival 2015's opening performance promises to be something quite different (yet familiar).
Scratching at the surface of the 11th Malaysia Plan reveals its shortfalls – and one very worrying exclusion.
As the creative economy burgeons, Penang digs its spurs in.
We trace Bukit Mertajam's rise in the mid-20th century.
We often take electricity for granted, but for the folks of Long Rusu in Sarawak, it is an exercise in cooperation.
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A tribute to Penang's music greats.
With amenities that range from a hospital to a radio station, the Royal Australian Air Force has certainly left its mark in Penang.
For 60 years, the Dindings district in Perak was governed by Penang.
Meet Uncle Burger, a fond fixture at Tanjung Bungah.