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The only time of the year you’re allowed to drink heavily in a social setting without gett ing dirty looks.
We chat with Loke Gim Tay about his success in the glass industry, and his passion for the arts.
Every Penangite has a story.
It is the last remaining urban village in the Northeast District. The boom in the properties market now threatens its existence.
While its Cleaner Greener Penang initiative is commendable, the state government must ensure that it creates and maintain more open spaces and parks.
Suzy Sulaiman urges a rethink of the way we use our bus stops in order to empower citizens and town planners.
The Penang and Selangor state governments have recently tabled their budgets. Tricia Yeoh takes a look at them.
While the Khoo Kongsi building is a well-known tourist attraction, its history is not widely known.
With politics and economics being increasingly regionalised, Penang needs to start thinking in regional terms again.
With the launch of the Shared Services Centre, the PSDC hopes it will help take Penang to the next level.
All of a sudden, Malaysians are starting to buy art.
In spite of the advances made in equal opportunities, society’s expectations of women remain stubbornly stereotypical.
Sun Yat Sen in Penang narrates the story of Dr Sun Yat Sen’s time on the island, just after the turn of the century.
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