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He was not afraid of pluralism and multiculturalism.
Folks at Kampung Tanjung Tokong take the changing landscape in their stride.
Meet Uncle Burger, a fond fixture at Tanjung Bungah.
Malay-Muslims in Penang make up a colourful, progressive community.
One man takes up the task of delving into the intersections between Malaysian society and an increasingly globalised world.
Lorong Cheapside is a treasure trove for hardware and DIY enthusiasts, and a lingering reminder of George Town's working class days.
If we can strike the right balance with federalism, we may just be able to strengthen Malaysia. But where and how should we start?
This month, we shine the spotlight on the low profile C. K. Tan.
Peninsular Malaysia can learn a lot from East Malaysia's easy multiculturalism.
Over the last five years Malaysia has seen much change, including a new two-party system. Ooi Kee Beng explores how social activism is changing the face of politics in the country.
The solution to Penang’s traffic woes may lie in its past.
What role will diversity play in Malaysia's education system?
The George Town Festival is back!
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.
We take a step back in time and celebrate Penang’s legendary musicians of the 1940s and 1950s.
Marco Battistotti, general manager of E&O Hotel, chats with PEM about his globe-spanning career, and what draws him to Penang.
Dr Juergen Schloesser talks about the growth of B.Braun Penang, and his management philosophy.
With politics and economics being increasingly regionalised, Penang needs to start thinking in regional terms again.
With changing global dynamics and limited resources, new research approaches must be developed.
One of Penang's most iconic religious sites, the Kuan Yin Temple, also symbolises the island's unique brand of multiculturalism.
Lucy Friedland encounters a glorious culture mishmash on her first visit to Penang. But why don't others -locals and tourists alike - see that?