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SERI revamps its magazine in response to Penang’s new political, economic and cultural scenario.
For the first time, Penang celebrates both Merdeka Day and Malaysia Day.
Until the 1970s, Penang had been the hub for haj pilgrimage in the region.
Every year, millions of Muslims converge in Mecca to fulfil the Fifth Pillar of Islam.
Judy Cheng-Hopkins chats with pem about her humanitarian work over the decades.
Property prices are soaring; we find out why.
In spite of the millions spent on town planning, Penang’s coastal areas are missing basic facilities.
Director Saw Teong Hin puts a new spin on an old classic.
The Penang Development Corporation, one of the main drivers of Penang’s development, is reinventing itself for the 21st century.
Everything gets politicised in Malaysia, and religion is no exception.
They are an irreplaceable part of Penang culture. pem chats with a hawker and discover what it takes to become one.
The electrical and electronic sector is one sector that can help transform Malaysia’s economy under the New Economic Model.
There is still value to be found in the works of art’s old masters.
We break down the math for you.
PEM reviews Cecil Rajendra’s latest collection of poetry.
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