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Barakah Blue is not afraid to spread Sufi spiritual teachings through his poetry and music.
The struggle for reform and justice continues.
This year's George Town Literary Festival is yet another feast for the soul.
Distrust, fear, resentment – these gave rise to the Left.
He was not afraid of pluralism and multiculturalism.
The Young Contemporary Artists competition sees some quirky work.
Which is the most spoken Chinese language in Malaysia and Penang, and how fare our students in language exams?
Death is not a fun subject, but it's a conversation we should be having.
Party like it’s 1899 With its Persian roots, Ghazal Party once captured hearts in Seberang Perai.
Malay-Muslims in Penang make up a colourful, progressive community.
In the last decade, tourism has emerged as a vital component of the national economy.
Post World War II Malaysia – including Penang – bursts with literary work.
From its origins as a simple meal to fill the tummy, nasi kandar has become a Malaysian institution.
Literary translators connect cultures from different parts of the globe, and Penang's role in the history of the art is by no means insignificant
Things are looking good for one of Malaysia’s sunrise industries.
KATA KATA 2100 explores the evolution of the national language.
The waterfront mirrors Penang’s history.
Talk about skewed intentions when it comes to writing!
With cafes mushrooming in George Town, we take a look at three unique joints.
With a myriad of festivals happening in Malaysia annually, one man decides to catalogue them.
Editor Ooi Kee Beng chats with Marina Mahathir about what it means to be Malaysian today.
Country music came naturally to Egyptian-American Kareem Salama.
Prof Latif Kamaluddin, poet and intellectual, has quite a few things to say about the state of Malaysian literature and its authenticity.
From printing press to Pulp cafe, KL's Art Printing Works gets a new breath of life.
Just outside the hustle and bustle of Cairo lies an entirely different world, and a community that makes a living out oftrash.
Malaysian Art's prodigal son is back at his former brilliance, only much greater and with sublime consciousness.
Who was Abdul Rahman Ibrahim Sori, and how can we learn from his story?
The biography of a controversial personality is finally written.
Time Magazine called him one of the 100 most influential people in 2004. We chat with Tariq Ramadan on Islam in the 21st century, and the importance of education and individual dignity in empowering societies.
Raja Mohamad Izan Raja Yusoff speaks on his faith and becoming an imam.
The George Town Festival is back!