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FEATURE
Nov 2017

The Golden Stupas of Pulau Tikus

Many still flock to these temples to worship, or to adore their resplendence.

ODDLY ENOUGH
Mar 2016

Lessons from Journey to the West

Although now 400 years old, the Chinese satire remains resonant.

PENANG PALETTE
Aug 2015

Taking water and colours to new heights

Meet Chang Fee Ming, a game-changer known for pushing the parameters of his art.

PENANG PALETTE
Jul 2014

Was Bujang Valley culture the beginning of Malayness?

As archaeologists struggle to discover more about Bujang Valley, perhaps it should be given credit as the site where Malay civilisation actually began.

FEATURE
May 2014

Empowering the rural poor in Thailand

We divulge Thailand's unique community development projects headed by Mr Condom, Mechai Viravaidya.

FEATURE
Nov 2013

Ending Child Soldiering in Myanmar

All is not well in the state of Myanmar, as children are still being recruited as soldiers.

PENANG PALETTE
Nov 2013

Championing Chinese Ink- Perception Is What Is

Cheah Thien Soong reinvents and revitalises the Chinese ink tradition with East-West and Nusantara-inspired art.

FEATURE
Jul 2013

A steadfast patron of the George Town Festival

How Dell Malaysia helped the George Town Festival grow into the spectacle it is today.

PENANG PALETTE
Jun 2013

The festival may be back, but it's no repeat

George Town Festival is back, and promises to be much more spectacular than the last.

FEATURE
Feb 2013

Off The Beaten Track in Hong Kong

Hong Kong still holds plenty of surprises for the jaded traveller.

FEATURE
Jun 2011

Sao Lim Comes to Penang

Unknown to many, the Penang Sao Lim Athletic Association is helping to keep the kung fu tradition alive.

A DAY IN THE LIFE
Feb 2010

Some peace in store

In the middle of an economic downturn, Patsy Gooi opened a Dharma outlet in the heart of George Town, and hasn't looked back since.

COVID-19 EXCLUSIVES