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As a supplement to this month’s cover story on economic indicators, we examine Penang’s aviation and maritime industries which contribute significantly toward the state’s performance in tourism and trade.
Thousands travel from all over Malaysia to the Sri Singhamuga Kaliamman Temple for Teppa Tiruvizla.
Through outreach and education, WWF-Malaysia hopes to raise awareness on the value of water.
Walk on through to the other side.
We shed light on global best practices for selecting a central bank governor.
After a five-year hiatus, the Football Association of Penang returns to the top flight.
Setting the groundwork for a sports council that looks beyond today is paramount.
Perhaps it’s in the water, but Penang’s home-grown sports talents – from squash to archery – never fail to make the state proud.
We have more champions than we think.
Bukit Mertajam becomes host to an ultra marathon – the only one with a 100-mile trail event.
Penang's adrenaline junkies thrive in action sports.
Sports and recreational clubs abound in the state.
Penang Monthly traces the beginnings and rise of the Chinese Recreation Club.
Fundamental reforms are required in sustainable student support.
The best solutions are those which are able to deal with the smallest of issues.
One man takes up the task of delving into the intersections between Malaysian society and an increasingly globalised world.
Astonishing sights await the dedicated hiker.
Country music is big in Borneo, as proven by the successful third edition of the Miri Country Music Festival.
There's a lot more to Miri than meets the eye.
The recently opened National Gallery Singapore aims to be a main player in the regional arts ecosystem.
We explore Malaysia’s pension fund, which collects a staggering RM5bil per month.
Turning one’s passion into a career is a bold step few of us dare take.
The state's arts scene has grown organically into a colourful, vibrant landscape. Even so, could it also benefit from the establishment of an executive agency for arts and culture?
The degeneration of the country's tripartite structure.
KL's Pitstop Community Cafe is a whole new way of addressing homelessness.
Three photographer friends dedicate themselves to capturing life in the undergrowth.
Penang’s frozen desserts are no longer taken for granted.
The Penang Development Corporation has paved the way for progress since the 1970s.
A hike across Pulau Jerejak reveals remnants of the past.
The figures on arts-related societies and arts and humanities education.
Penang's youngest orchestra was formed by a passionate few.
What repercussions are in store for Malaysia with the UK vote to leave the EU?
KATA KATA 2100 explores the evolution of the national language.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng talks about shaping a progressive economic policy in Penang that is investment-led, inclusive and sustainable.
Whichever way one looks at it, Malaysia is a multi-ethnic country – and it should be the same for its politics.
Difficult times require governments to cut back on their expenditure and raise income. How will this affect you?
Dog-eared, faded, but nonetheless nostalgic and beautiful, photography aficionado Ganesh Kolandaveloo shares his collection of postcards from Penang Hill.
For many, the way up to Penang Hill is via the funicular train.