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Mark Hall spent a year capturing George Town’s nocturnal serenity.
For the villagers of Kampung Pokok Asam Jawa, time is quietly running out.
Can Penang become a regional yachting hub? Herbert Poenisch and Oh Kean Shen take a look at Penang’s existing marinas and find that much more needs to be done.
Located deep in Balik Pulau, Eric Chong’s Green Acres is the culmination of his dream to build a fully sustainable home.
The 1Malaysia Contemporary Art Tourism Festival 2011 was an opportunity to promote contemporary Malaysian art among tourists. Why did it fail?
Are we returning to a future of chaotic traffic that we thought we would leave behind?”
The Internal Security Act will finally be repealed - only to be replaced by two new laws. Will Malaysia see any change at all?
Faith Watson takes a trip from Penang to Bangladesh and discovers that it can be easier to feel at home in one place than another.
The National Budget 2012 has come and gone. What’s left for Penang and Selangor?
We reproduce a letter by Captain Robert Kyd, believed to be the oldest written account of Jerejak Island.
In our inaugural Faces of Industrial Penang feature, we chat with Eng Teknologi CEO Datuk Teh Yong Khoon about his company’s regional strategy, and what drives him.
New art spaces are popping up in Penang, but can the state take advantage of this energy?
As Malaysia grows, so does the need for efficient early childcare.
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