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Malaysians should dare to campaign for change.
How fare Malaysian women at work?
Removing those rose-tinted colonial glasses reveals a harsh era for women.
This year's George Town Literary Festival is yet another feast for the soul.
Brevity, fleetness and attention to the smallest detail – all necessary for the short story form.
A little ode to the school that has shaped generations of Penangites.
Despite economic headwinds, Art Stage Singapore 2017 was a subdued success.
The spirit of Asean solidarity during times of crisis.
Art Expo Malaysia 2016 might be leaner, but it did not disappoint.
A group of Rohingya boys step on the threshold to adulthood.
The Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies exhibition at the National Gallery Singapore explores the issues of post-colonialism and decolonisation.
Turning one’s passion into a career is a bold step few of us dare take.
From affordable housing to quaint homestays and getting in touch with nature and the land, the township is undergoing an interesting revival.
International schools have doubled in number over the past five years. We explore why.
Find out what happens to three of Penang's former stars after the final curtain falls.
Tan Twan Eng writes about his experience participating in literary festivals – and their importance.
The island's medical tourism industry continues to grow.
Meet Chang Fee Ming, a game-changer known for pushing the parameters of his art.
Dr Hartini Zainudin, founder of Yayasan Chow Kit and current vice president of Voice of the Children, sheds light on the stateless.
Women representation in positions of power in Malaysia is still dismal. Would gender quotas help eliminate this stagnation?
Is the Asean Economic Community (AEC) as good as it sounds?
We take a look at the South China Sea situation and assess the pivotal role that we can potentially play.
The regional art scene may be lacking in terms of shared identity consciousness, but things are certainly changing.