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They write the stories that make the whole world hungry.
After several generations, they have perfected age-old family recipes.
Food is a natural fixation for many artists.
Many still flock to these temples to worship, or to adore their resplendence.
It is the story of Penang, told using glove puppets.
Private museums offer an extra dimension to experiencing Penang’s history and heritage.
These teatime snacks find their way back into the hearts – and tummies – of locals.
Hainanese cuisine restaurant Hai Onn is as old school as it gets.
Delicious delicacies are recorded for posterity.
Homemade, local and original, family businesses find ways to thrive.
A tribute to the late Yuen Chee Ling, who celebrated women through her art.
For some artists, Cupid struck at the first brushstroke.
Striking the right balance is key to success for George Town’s tourism.
The In-Between Art Festival delivers sumptuous ethnic food along with exhilarating entertainment.
Singapore's CausewayEXchange comes to the George Town Festival.
A review of The Peranakan Chinese Home: Art and Culture in Daily Life by Ronald G. Knapp.
A look at some of the amazing vegetarian restaurants in Penang.
It's been four years since George Town's Unesco listing. How has it affected the local economy and community?
George Town Festival director Joe Siek has speaks on how far now-iconic festival has come.
Women artists of Malaysia have clearly made an impact in the arts industry over the years.
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.
We profile the life and works of master painter Eric Quah.
We chat with a funeral director and discover what it’s like working with the dead.
Two and a half years after its entry into the World Heritage List, PEM takes a look at how much George Town has changed, and what more needs doing.
Director Saw Teong Hin puts a new spin on an old classic.