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Penang has just opened the first Speakers’ Square in the country, and locals are taking full advantage of it.
We look at some of the commodities that play a major role in Penang’s economy.
PEM chats with Datuk Chet Singh, the man who led Penang’s industrialisation eff orts.
The selfless volunteers at the House of Hope att empt to provide some much-needed relief to the residents of Rifl e Range.
Despite its shabby appearance, Rifle Range is teeming with life and energy.
Sungai Bakap has lost much of its glory, and awaits its turn to be resurrected.
The Cleaner Greener Penang Initiative has been launched to improve the quality of life for Penangites.
The George Town Festival 2010 is just around the corner! We talk to festival director Joe Sidek and highlight some big performances.
The second SERI-ISEAS Penang Outlook Forum was held recently.
Penang has a sizeable advantage in the booming led market.
How have Malaysian women fared in the last two years?
PSDC CEO Datuk Boonler Somchit introduces the Greening Penang Initiative.
We explore the cultural similarities and rapport between Penang and Phuket.
A dying Nirmala Dutt Shanmughalingam struggles to finish her final paintings in praise of her God.
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