Urban Farming: A Sane Way to Live

By Marcus Dip Silas

October 2021 FEATURE
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AFTER SUFFERING THE erosive effects of city life, some professionals have been choosing to leave their careers behind for the rewarding comfort of urban farming. Penang Monthly speaks to three urban farmers, who in their bid to stay sane and healthy, are also encouraging others to do the same.Pop & Chee Healthy Home FarmingChee Hoy Yee and Pop, founded Pop & Chee Healthy Home Farming in 2017 (see Penang Monthly, December 2017) on a tiny plot of land at Simpang...

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Marcus Dip Silas

Marcus is an interculturalist and the author of Founders' Grit, a compilation biography celebrating the accomplishments and achievements of Penang tech and manufacturing entrepreneurs.


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