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Highlights of what’s been happening the past month.
The George Town Festival is back in a big way.
Ombak-Ombak ARTStudio pays tribute to Penang’s notoriously filthy rivers and uncovers their history through the community.
The bungalows on Penang Hill have been standing since Penang’s colonial days. Some have been restored to their former glory, while others are left to rot, forgotten.
Novelist Gabija Grusaite takes us on a tour of Armenian Street, peeling away its layers and uncovering its gems.
The peace talks between the communists and the government were doomed from the start.
Penang Global Tourism launches a new campaign in the heart of Singapore.
The Pakatan Rakyat governments are determined to push ahead with local elections, with or without federal help.
Dell is making its presence felt in the community.
With Malaya’s independence just around the corner, Kedah wanted Penang back.
The American Society of Training & Development held its annual conference recently.
At 68, batik painter Toya is still pushing himself and his art. But he may end up being the last of his kind.
There is a boom in commercial property in Penang. But is the market going too far?
Areca Books republishes two classics that shed light on colonial Penang.
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