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For the longest time, the Penang music scene was little more than generic bands regurgitating the usual radio hits in hotel lobbies and lounges until Rozz came.
Education in Malaysia has been politicised for far too long.
Plans hatched by Dr Sun Yat Sen and his supporters in Penang had far-reaching repercussions on the history of modern Asia. We take a look at some historical sites on the Sun Yat Sen trail.
The Penang Island Jazz Festival has, against all odds, completed its seventh year, and it’s here to stay.
The director of Corporate Finance at the World Bank chats about what Malaysia needs to do to bring people back.
Where does our rubbish go?
Federal and state relations continue to deteriorate, at the expense of good public service.
We chat with a funeral director and discover what it’s like working with the dead.
George Town commemorates its city status.
In the past, Penang and Malaysia benefited from a booming coconut industry.
Palm oil has brought Malaysia great economic benefits, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
Jordan Plofsky of Altera Penang discusses the diff erences between American and Malaysian workers.
Tay Mo-Leong has no plans to rest on his laurels
Different locations doing things differently in pursuit of common growth is the new growth model, and their performances need to be independently monitored.
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