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The foundation of the plan has been laid. But is Malaysia ready for actual Asean economic integration and what do we have to gain from it?
Will the recent crisis in the coastal zone in the eastern part of Sabah affect our oil palm development?
A look into various parts of remote Sabah, outside the now labelled “red zone” area.
Gurney Drive has changed over the years, not necessarily for the better.
A global movement to end genderbased violence through dance, the most expressive form of communication.
What policies should the Pakatan state governments focus on in their second term?
We chat with Dr Prema Devaraj about what victims of gender violence are up against.
Penang International Science Fair, making science fun and educational.
Balik Pulau has turned into a natural sanctuary for artists to settle and create their art.
Marshall's is a pioneer burger joint that means business. It's all in the patty.
An “eyewitness” account of Balik Pulau in 1807
It's no secret, Penang's gearing up for a pedal-istic future.
Environmental consciousness needs to be nurtured in our young.
A look at the lives we left behind in our quest for greener pastures.
Nashville comes to Miri.
Marco Ferrarese goes under the radar in Iran.
Our fellow Malaysians across the sea have been kept under the surface for far too long.
Who was Abdul Rahman Ibrahim Sori, and how can we learn from his story?
Why should homemakers continue to be the subjects of invisible discrimination in our society?
The deadline for the Millennium Development Goals is 2015. What has been accomplished so far?
The future of property development is green, according to Dr Lee Ville.
The Labour Party’s rise and fall in George Town's municipal council is worth some retrospection.
We take a look at what's going on in South-East Asia.
George Town runs the risk of becoming over-commercialised.
Who are the artists that rake in the dough today?
Lim Shu-Lin heads down into the mines of Pahang and discovers a world of historical splendour and beauty.
The demographics of East Malaysia, and more.
From the inside of a Burmese jail to the Thai-Cambodian border at the height of its tragedy in the 1970s, Kim Gooi has seen a lot.
Meet Prof Datuk Dr Choong-Chin Liew, who is at the forefront of tissue-specific functional genomics.
Every year in August and September, Papua New Guinea explodes in a spectacular display of colours, dances and feathers.
What does quantitative easing, US interest rates and the fall in crude oil price have to do with Malaysia’s GST?
Lorong Cheapside is a treasure trove for hardware and DIY enthusiasts, and a lingering reminder of George Town's working class days.
In the second part of our cover story on local elections, we examine what the Athi Nahappan Report further recommends.
Ch'ng Chin Chin explores Malaysia's animation industry by talking to the experts.
Writer, history academic, and theatre director and critic Kee Thuan Chye reminisces about the legendary Krishen Jit on the 10th anniversary of the intellectual's death.
One man embarks on a project to give refugee children a voice, through pictures.
The community at the People's Court on Lebuh Cintra, George Town, turns into an art-cheological project.
As we enter the second quarter, we take a look at what's affecting the Penang economy.
Penang's economy develops with the times.