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It is the story of Penang, told using glove puppets.
Malay-Muslims in Penang make up a colourful, progressive community.
Marco Ferrarese interviews the passionate figure behind independent bookshop Gerakbudaya, Gareth Richards.
The capital of South Korea has a vibrant and unique culture that blends modernity and the past.
Any language needs to be inclusive and open to change, or risk being rejected.
Novelist Gabija Grusaite takes us on a tour of Armenian Street, peeling away its layers and uncovering its gems.
This collection of articles by six authors makes a bold attempt to tell the complex story of the different peoples who had Islam as their common religion, and who plied the northern end of the Straits.
With politics and economics being increasingly regionalised, Penang needs to start thinking in regional terms again.
SERI revamps its magazine in response to Penang’s new political, economic and cultural scenario.
There is much untapped potential in Penang’s waterfronts.
We review Andrew Barber’s Penang Under the East India Company 1786-1858
Who was James Logan, and what does he mean to Penang today?