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This old suburb has shaken off its rough-and-tumble image, and is ready to become a dynamic township of the future.
Along with it is the increase in the need for integrated planning.
Food is a natural fixation for many artists.
The organisation has been empowering women for over a century.
Affordable and good healthcare; shelter and comfort: it’s time to address the realities of growing old in Malaysia.
Langkawi-based writer, translator and publisher Jérôme Bouchaud reveals his literary journey.
Education is more than exams; it's also about developing skills and ideas required for both the digital economy and students' individual well-being. Why is Malaysia still behind in this?
A trek well worth the effort.
State-of-the-art architecture and a commitment to green living give the upcoming Sandilands project much appeal.
Literary translators connect cultures from different parts of the globe, and Penang's role in the history of the art is by no means insignificant
Hands up those who want a transport plan tailored for a better Penang.
A series of contemporary ceramic exhibitions in recent months has reignited interest in the art.
Once an iconic figure during Penang Harbour’s heyday,discover the crucial role of the lighters that shuttled between massive hulking cargo ships and the port.
Jonathan Lim captures the hustle and bustle of George Town’s waterfront.
Intrinsically linked to the water, George Town's waterfront is where it all began – and it still continues to amaze.
The waterfront mirrors Penang’s history.
One can cycle from George Town to Batu Maung – comfortably!
The recollections of Christine Khor during her blithe week on Penang Hill.
Striking the right balance is key to success for George Town’s tourism.
We examine the mobility of tourists in Penang.
Rich in history and rich in culture, this beloved township is drawing more attention than ever before.
All aboard! Butterworth Fringe Festival casts off with much promise.
Stepchild no more: Butterworth wants to climb out of George Town's shadow. We find out how it could do just that.
Every year in August and September, Papua New Guinea explodes in a spectacular display of colours, dances and feathers.
Without proper civic consciousness, we cannot truly be proud of our cities.