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Now in its eighth year, Penang's festival of the arts has come a long way.
Penang's good ol' kopitiams take centre stage.
Party like it’s 1899 With its Persian roots, Ghazal Party once captured hearts in Seberang Perai.
Langkawi-based writer, translator and publisher Jérôme Bouchaud reveals his literary journey.
With amenities that range from a hospital to a radio station, the Royal Australian Air Force has certainly left its mark in Penang.
From its origins as a simple meal to fill the tummy, nasi kandar has become a Malaysian institution.
A place that easily bridges Malaysia’s two halves.
The waterfront mirrors Penang’s history.
Bukit Mertajam becomes host to an ultra marathon – the only one with a 100-mile trail event.
Marco Ferrarese's new book, Banana Punk Rawk Trails, examines Malaysia's punk metal scene.
In Ba Kelalan, there isn’t much visible heritage left, but it still gives a glimpse into the old way of life where faith and beliefs hold the community together.
The Naga Women Festival earlier this year showcased womanhood through dance and music.
Meet Chang Fee Ming, a game-changer known for pushing the parameters of his art.
Travelling with parents, especially those who live far from you, requires patience. A lot of it.
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.
Punkhead Marco Ferrarese reviews homegrown melodic death metal band NonserviaM's debut album, A Spectral Ascension.
Contemporary PAS toes the line between conservatism and progressiveness.
Our fellow Malaysians across the sea have been kept under the surface for far too long.
Plate Culture marries the idea of secret kitchens with the Internet to create an intimate sort of dining experience.
Earth Heir ensures that marginalised communities are paid prices commensurate to their work.
Tan Twan Eng the man who paints with words
Behind the scenes of a Teochew opera troupe in Penang.
Dr Chew's success in the US has not stopped him from returning to Penang.
Marco Battistotti, general manager of E&O Hotel, chats with PEM about his globe-spanning career, and what draws him to Penang.
An internationally-renowned artist, Wong Hoy Cheong is known for his subversive creative bent.
Kee Thuan Chye visits Bangkok Lane for a trip down memory lane, only to come away disoriented by the winds of change.
Penang Hill in pictures.
Where has all the good Penang fiction gone?
The role of Penang’s ports has been evolving over the centuries.
The history of Weld Quay, and what the future can hold …