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YAB Lim Guan Eng launches the Penang Economic Monthly.
Who was James Logan, and what does he mean to Penang today?
In this article written 164 years ago, James Logan warned that cutting our hillside jungles could be disastrous for Penang's climate.
The history of Weld Quay, and what the future can hold …
Once a thriving village, the clan jetties are caught in a struggle to reinvent themselves.
George Town is but one of many World Heritage Sites in the world. There is much it can learn from the successes of others. But can it do so and still retain its identity?
Lucy Friedland encounters a glorious culture mishmash on her first visit to Penang. But why don't others -locals and tourists alike - see that?
Muhammad lshak has spent his entire working life in the Free Trade Zone.
Can arts and sciences be more relevant to lay Penangites? The director of USM'S Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah certainly thinks so.
Kee Thuan Chye dreams of a Penang cultural renaissance.
Four years ago, a group of Penangites decided to hold a monthly street market. The Little Penang Street Market has grown into something that is so much more.
The politics of yesterday was rife with brutal deception - as the Sultan of Kedah found out.
Malaysia may call itself a federation, but it certainly doesn't act like one.
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