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We explore the culture and tradition of the oldest school in Malaysia.
An extremely lucrative fish-farming industry is raking in the money.
It’s all about capturing local preferences.
With some drastic U-turns in policies, what good is the Malaysia Education Blueprint?
Art festival Urban Xchange 2015 brought together young artists and traditional handicraft masters to re-imagine Penang’s heritage.
It is a welcome alternative to mainstream education.
Marco Ferrarese's new book, Banana Punk Rawk Trails, examines Malaysia's punk metal scene.
Many answers to many questions What’s so great about standardised learning?
It is likely to be a difficult year for Malaysians in 2016, but at the same time, opportunities await those who are well prepared.
International schools have doubled in number over the past five years. We explore why.
The inspiring story of the determined Sisters of Infant Jesus.
The target is to transform Penang into a high-skilled and technology-driven knowledge-based economy.
We take a look at home-schooling in Singapore.
Our public universities struggle to catch up with the rest of Asia. With the recent budget cut, what options do they have left in trying to regain former glory?
One young man aims to revolutionise the way rural folks gain access to clean water.
Art Market be Bearing Downwards? Bidding fatigue and scarcity of top-notch works might spell a slowdown in the art market.
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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.
A tribute to Penang's music greats.
For 60 years, the Dindings district in Perak was governed by Penang.