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With everyone talking about going green, a community in Bukit Mertajam is showing Penang how it can be done.
Chinese New Year in Penang is anything but quiet, becoming a gigantic street party for 15 fantastic days.
Toh Kin Woon talks about whether the increasing privatisation of health services is desirable, and how Malaysia’s healthcare system can be made more equitable.
Kee Thuan Chye visits Bangkok Lane for a trip down memory lane, only to come away disoriented by the winds of change.
With the increasing “technologisation” of society, the Humanities are more important than ever.
Malaysians need an alternative approach to its economy and society.
A letter written in 1824 shows how a visit to Penang Hill helped lift a man’s spirits.
Leader Universal took a gamble when it expanded into Cambodia in 1994. Today, that gamble is paying off .
Being a barber is about more than just cutting hair.
Horst Rosenmueller chats about moving to Penang, and leadership.
We pay tribute to the memory of one of Penang’s greatest heritage artists.
In a centralised nation like Malaysia, economic data is usually generated for national planners. What can Penang do?
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