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Literary translation is an intricate art.
Captivating stories of Malaysian women in history are gradually being told.
Artistic minds create surprising ways of moulding traditional elements with trendy streetwear.
Penang Free School turns 200 this month. We celebrate its three visionaries who made the grade.
A plucky entrepreneur returns post-12th General Elections to shake up the indie movement.
Country music is big in Borneo, as proven by the successful third edition of the Miri Country Music Festival.
We trace the birth of Penang's – and Malaysia's – first library.
Prayer and food – lots of it – mark the way the yuletide season is celebrated in Sarawak.
Cheerful, witty and bold – that's what editor Ooi Kee Beng has to say about Azmi Sharom's Brave New World.
There's a new form of youth political activism in Malaysia.
We take a look at the new businesses in Pulau Tikus and find out how they keep up with the competition.
Behind every song, there is a tale – as we found out during this year's Penang World Music Festival.
Want to beat the jam? Simple. Walk!
With its one millionth medical device produced in its Penang facility, St Jude Medical is here to stay.
Turmoil in the 1960s spelled the end of local government elections in Penang, and throughout a fledgling Malaysia. Find out more about what transpired in the second part of our two-parter on local elections.
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.
Heritage is not only about preserving an old building's infrastructure. It's also about preserving the intangibles.
Gender responsive participatory budgeting, an amalgamation of participatory budgeting and gender budgeting, has taken off in Penang to much positive feedback.
Head of USM’s Sustainable Tourism Research Cluster (STRC) Prof Badaruddin Mohamed talks about capacity measures and how to make George Town's tourism sustainable.
Penang celebrates Earth Hour 2014 by switching off the lights and going for a walk in the dark.
George Town runs the risk of becoming over-commercialised.
We need to improve our mentality for the sake of our rivers and seas.
Young entrepreneurs give George Town a quirky edge.
BN may have remained in power but it lost the popular vote. How has this changed Malaysian politics?
We take a look at what's going on in South-East Asia.
Ooi Kok Chuen sits down with H.H. Lim, a Penang-raised artist based in Rome.
Quietly but surely, Urban Sketchers Penang is making its mark.
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.
The Penang Science Council was established to nurture the next generation of innovators.
Pearly Kee, a fifth-generation Penang Nyonya, has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Nyonya recipes, and her cooking classes have drawn students from around the world.
The internationalisation of innovative capability is measured by the technological capability levels and speeds at which they have been built. What are the implications for Penang’s industry?
We chat with Loke Gim Tay about his success in the glass industry, and his passion for the arts.
The embattled party is in danger of losing relevance.
PEM chats with Datuk Chet Singh, the man who led Penang’s industrialisation eff orts.
Penang’s halal industry is going global, and it has momentum on its side.
A romantic and whimsical take on Penang's history.