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The farm-to-table concept is taking off in Penang.
The taste of the world is at our doorsteps.
The stage is set for Penang's business events sector to soar.
We need to safeguard ourselves against the onslaught of “alternative facts”.
Affordable and good healthcare; shelter and comfort: it’s time to address the realities of growing old in Malaysia.
What was Penang like at the close of the eighteenth century?
A greener lifestyle works wonders on the pocket, freeing one to truly enjoy life.
Hands up those who want a transport plan tailored for a better Penang.
A look into ridership and population projection shows the Better, Cheaper Faster alternative transport model might be fundamentally flawed.
Could better facilities spark Penangites to switch from four wheels to two?
Striking a balance is the rationale of the Penang Transport Master Plan.
At the cost of RM1.6bil, a new airport is being proposed – less than an hour's drive from Penang.
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate – that shouldn't even be a question.
For a public transport system to succeed, both pull and push factors are needed.
Traditional Malay houses are lovingly maintained south-west of the island.
The Chinese brush genre survives – and evolves – in Malaysia.
We take a look at the alternative ways of commuting in Penang.
Malaysia makes a bold move in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It will change the game for many Malaysian companies.
It is likely to be a difficult year for Malaysians in 2016, but at the same time, opportunities await those who are well prepared.
Penang's hotels continue to enjoy high occupancy rates.
From his humble beginnings, Richard Rivalee describes how he became a bonafide fashion designer.
Who stands to gain or lose from our sliding Ringgit?
Marco Ferrarese takes a walk down Bukit Mertajam and finds plenty of things to enjoy.
Stepchild no more: Butterworth wants to climb out of George Town's shadow. We find out how it could do just that.
The annual Semicon event, a regional exposition of the semiconductor industry, comes to Penang.
We’ve been misunderstanding this crowd for far too long.
The Hars have been making traditional votive paper flowers in George Town for over 70 years. Soon-Tzu Speechley documents their story, and that of the city's doubled-edged gentrification.
Marco Ferrarese talks to fellow writer Ewe Paik Leong about the young, seductive women from mainland China who flood our shores in search of an easy buck.
It's not about lab rats. As a matter of fact, rodents do not feature in clinical trials at all. Researcher Ch'ng Chin Chin speaks to experts to uncover clinical research.
They are embraced as the fourth force after the government, the private sector and the NGOs. These change
For an unforgettable (and also affordable) experience travelling around Europe, Bram Tan recommends you go old school, get a tent and go camping.