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Highlights of what’s been happening the past month.
Tan Thean Peng’s career has taken many turns.
Bon Odori is back, and captures the imagination once more.
The minds behind the new Akram Khan Company production “Vertical Road” chat with PEM about their creative process.
Is there too much political interference in local development?
For Penang’s middle class, home ownership remains out of reach.
World Bank senior economist Philip Schellekens on Malaysia’s growth and development, and what the country needs.
Some states are resisting the move to privatise solid waste management, and with good reason.
In spite of the government’s response to Bersih 2.0, the desire for electoral reforms remains strong.
Anne Ooi was just another protestor on July 9, until a photograph of her took the internet by storm.
A glimpse at how things were in the old days.
The daily contributions of Malaysian homemakers remain overlooked.
After a hiatus of over 20 years, the art group makes a serious comeback.
What are the implications and impact of the rising household debt in the country?
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