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There's something to eat, anytime of the day, in Butterworth.
The once-sleepy village is abuzz with new attractions.
The country has grown, both economically and demographically. At the same time, modern societal issues need addressing.
The rise and fall of the Malay left.
Hiking along Northam Beach is a worthwhile challenge.
State-of-the-art architecture and a commitment to green living give the upcoming Sandilands project much appeal.
While our schools may be found lacking when it comes to science and tech education, several impassioned groups in Penang are working hard to create a vibrant landscape with STEM programmes and cool equipment open to kids from all walks of life.
Sabah's rivers get a community-driven rejuvenation.
We have a chat with Jahabar Sadiq about freedom of information.
It's painstaking work, but the art of bead making continues to thrive in Long Tuma.
Editor Ooi Kee Beng chats with Marina Mahathir about what it means to be Malaysian today.
Penang invests in people taking risks in the region’s newest industry
We provide the numbers on the local creative industry.
Penang banks on its creative minds.
We often take electricity for granted, but for the folks of Long Rusu in Sarawak, it is an exercise in cooperation.
With unemployable graduates and a financial status that runs in the red, can private schools survive in Malaysia?
Penang's art galleries are spilling out onto its streets as its first international street art festival, Urban Xchange, defies tradition.
We speak to Under-Secretary-General of the UN and rector of United Nations University David Malone about the intricacies of development.
What's Penang's outlook in the face of global change? Penang Monthly provides a 17-page analysis.
With the cut in sugar and fuel subsidies, folks in interior Sabah and Sarawak feel a harder pinch.
Today's classrooms are very different from the past, as technology takes over.
Winning rural East Malaysians over requires more than just handouts – it's about knowing what they need.
The parallels in the macroeconomic sphere between the mid-1990s and today are eerily similar. Will we see a repeat of the 1997 financial crisis?
The inaugural Penang Economic Conference takes a look at the region’s global economical potential and challenges that come with progress.
What challenges do policymakers face in making sure Asia can generate sustainable growth on its own?
Ambiga Sreenevasan and Ratna Osman discuss child marriage and statutory rape.
Malaysia’s Reformasi movement has been brewing for a long time now and has led to the highly competitive GE13.
In April, the Penang Institute organised a forum to discuss the ETP.
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.
Penang has been home to some of the most compelling Malay artists in the country.
New art spaces are popping up in Penang, but can the state take advantage of this energy?
PEM takes a trip to the Malihom ecosanctuary, where artists can take a break, enjoy the scenery and do what they do best: create art.
At the Seventh Asia-Pacific Eco-Business Forum, the future of Asian Eco-towns comes into focus.