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A secret letter helps Chan Sue Meng piece together her family history and, along the way, discover Ipoh's role in the founding of modern China.
Most would agree that the income gap is worsening in Malaysia and begs addressing. It is time we gauge how this hurts the country in concrete terms.
As oil prices continue to drop, we examine the consequences.
There are many who are still unaware of the benefits of palliative care. For one, it can enable cancer patients to have the quality care and support that they need.
Prof Latif Kamaluddin, poet and intellectual, has quite a few things to say about the state of Malaysian literature and its authenticity.
Longevity risk has consistently been underestimated, leading to potentially serious economic implications.
We’ve been misunderstanding this crowd for far too long.
The dazzling Art Stage Singapore wrapped up in January, with Malaysia featuring a strong – and slightly controversial – presence during the festival.
Government officials insist that Malaysia is not a welfare state, but taking a look at its policies, one might think otherwise.
We examine the finances of Malaysia's states, from richest to poorest and everything in between.
What does a busy market in the heart of George Town look like after the hustle and bustle have died down? Photographer Azri Zainul discovers.
Economic growth through innovation is one thing. Growth sustainability is something else.
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For 60 years, the Dindings district in Perak was governed by Penang.
A tribute to Penang's music greats.
Meet Uncle Burger, a fond fixture at Tanjung Bungah.
With amenities that range from a hospital to a radio station, the Royal Australian Air Force has certainly left its mark in Penang.