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The inspirational story of the South African former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Death is not a fun subject, but it's a conversation we should be having.
Roja is not your average woman. This is her story.
Education is more than exams; it's also about developing skills and ideas required for both the digital economy and students' individual well-being. Why is Malaysia still behind in this?
With an international market worth trillions of dollars, Penang is actively tapping into the highly lucrative halal business. But as with any thriving industry, it is not without its own unique set of challenges.
Malaysia makes a bold move in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It will change the game for many Malaysian companies.
Penang's hotels continue to enjoy high occupancy rates.
What happens when people cease to consider the moral implications of what they do?
For former drug users, vagabonds, sex workers and the mentally ill, local non-profit organisation Payong provides much-needed support for individuals to transition back to society.
Penang's art galleries are spilling out onto its streets as its first international street art festival, Urban Xchange, defies tradition.
The Sarawak perimeter survey conducted by the Land and Survey Department draws more questions than answers.
Peninsular Malaysia can learn a lot from East Malaysia's easy multiculturalism.
Shared equity models may be the way to go for Malaysia.
It’s time we move away from conventional methods of filling a space or building.
A steady look at the tragedy of Teoh Beng Hock.
The PDC embarks on a new business plan that could reap big rewards for the state.
The elusive Higgs boson has been discovered. Khoo Teng Jian walks us through the discovery.
Video projection mapping comes to Penang and Suffolk House.
The Sandpit: Womensis explores important issues, but is marred by its callous gender politics.
Chinese associations, important products of the 19th century, must find ways to adapt to modern times.
In the spirit of International Women's Day, Penang Monthly is featuring 16 exceptional women who have had a profound impact on the community around them.
Faith Watson takes a trip from Penang to Bangladesh and discovers that it can be easier to feel at home in one place than another.
The daily contributions of Malaysian homemakers remain overlooked.
It is time for us to put in the hard work and improve public knowledge of environmental concerns.