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It's a subject many avoid, but this August, one Penangite takes it head on in his art performance, Nine Deaths One Life.
Making funeral effigies may not be a job to die for, but it brings in the bucks and keeps traditions alive.
It is a well-touted symbol of Malaysian culture. Complex, spiritual and mystical, the rhythmic Kuda Kepang is captured in photos.
Heritage is not only about preserving an old building's infrastructure. It's also about preserving the intangibles.
We speak to Under-Secretary-General of the UN and rector of United Nations University David Malone about the intricacies of development.
Gender responsive participatory budgeting, an amalgamation of participatory budgeting and gender budgeting, has taken off in Penang to much positive feedback.
For almost two months in 1967, Penang was in a state of near-anarchy. What happened, and how did things get to that point?
Penang Island has the requirements to be called a city, but its residents need to be more civic conscious to earn that status.
The boundaries governing legal, political and religious matters are unclear to many. Law professor Dr Azmi Sharom sheds some light on the subject.
Founder and president of the Cordoba Foundation Dr Anas Al-Tikriti explains how yesterday’s conjured narratives have become the reality of today.
The rural folks of Malaysia are far from being politically ignorant, and dismissing them as such can only exacerbate the urban-rural gap.
The regional art scene may be lacking in terms of shared identity consciousness, but things are certainly changing.
Punkhead Marco Ferrarese reviews homegrown melodic death metal band NonserviaM's debut album, A Spectral Ascension.
To accompany our cover story, here are some numbers on Penang.
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Meet Uncle Burger, a fond fixture at Tanjung Bungah.
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.