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One of Penang's most iconic religious sites, the Kuan Yin Temple, also symbolises the island's unique brand of multiculturalism.
In our interview with Nicol David, we discover what makes the squash sensation tick, and that the best is yet to come.
Lim Guan Eng lays out a blueprint for Penang's transformation.
Penang's musical talents face a tough audience.
For four days in December 2009, the island came alive as some of the best jazz musicians in the world arrived in Penang and brought the house down.
George Town has been a city since 1957, even if the government chooses to ignore it.
The legacy of Tengku Syed Hussain lives on today.
With growing concerns over the environment, how should Malaysia's urban centres position themselves?
In the middle of an economic downturn, Patsy Gooi opened a Dharma outlet in the heart of George Town, and hasn't looked back since.
The road to a knowledge-based economy will be a long and difficult one.
Who are Penang's emerging art stars?
Penang needs a rapid industrial transformation, or risks falling further behind.
Penang's colourful heritage is brought to life in song and dance.
A romantic and whimsical take on Penang's history.
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