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July 2013 COVER STORY

Making home ownership possible for more

Shared equity models may be the way to go for Malaysia.

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PHOTO ESSAY

The Kim Giak Low Choon Teochew Opera Troupe

Behind the scenes of a Teochew opera troupe in Penang.

UTTER ECONOMICS

Can Asia maintain high growth on its own?

What challenges do policymakers face in making sure Asia can generate sustainable growth on its own?

FEATURE

Limits to growth in Singapore?

Singapore has enjoyed strong economic growth but the government faces its toughest challenge yet.

FEATURE

Abenomics – the latest Japanese export

Can Japan’s new economic reform help solve its macroeconomic problems?

FEATURE

Discovering Penang anew

The Heritage in Penang Trail looks to keep youngsters interested in Penang’s heritage using social media.

FEATURE

Electoral system – options beyond First-Past-The-Post

Exploring the variety of electoral systems currently used around the world.

FEATURE

A steadfast patron of the George Town Festival

How Dell Malaysia helped the George Town Festival grow into the spectacle it is today.

FEATURE

Rose Chan's story finally told

The biography of a controversial personality is finally written.

FEATURE

Stopping child marriage in Malaysia

Ambiga Sreenevasan and Ratna Osman discuss child marriage and statutory rape.

FEATURE

A lean, mean, “Startup” machine

Hacker Monthly editor Lim Cheng Soon writes on his experiences at the three-day Lean Startup Machine workshop in Singapore. 

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