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Is there really such a thing as a "starving artist"? Penang-based English artist Thomas Powell doesn't believe so. It just takes a lot of determination, and ideas, of course.
Kickstarting 2015 is a new experimental project by cinematographer and Tropfest South East Asia judge Christopher Doyle and upcoming director Jenny Suen.
Journalist Danny Lim documents the extent of the disaster, as volunteers and NGOs fill the gaps in flood relief efforts.
For former drug users, vagabonds, sex workers and the mentally ill, local non-profit organisation Payong provides much-needed support for individuals to transition back to society.
Is the convoluted process, along with unequal policies, hindering the growth of our higher education institutes?
Women representation in positions of power in Malaysia is still dismal. Would gender quotas help eliminate this stagnation?
Paris-based Penangite Bram Tan explores the identity behind Charlie, in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shooting.
As humans live longer, the impact on the economy is beginning to look grizzled.
Penang is on its way to becoming a city– again. However, this does not mean that improvements will happen overnight.
From printing press to Pulp cafe, KL's Art Printing Works gets a new breath of life.
50 articles on what to love about Singapore might come off a tad sycophantic, but Kee Thuan Chye assures us that this is not what 50 Things to Love about Singapore is all about.
With 258 selected works and some 57 years of toil, artist Choong Kam Kow is finally getting his hugely deserved moment.
Travelling with parents, especially those who live far from you, requires patience. A lot of it.
If you're looking for some fun, interaction and play, there's a new joint in town where you can get all that – and more.
To accompany our cover story, here are some figures on Malaysia’s demographic makeup.
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