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After several generations, they have perfected age-old family recipes.
Who is really benefitting from BN’s economic model?
It was a public park like no other in the country.
With the dialect in danger of disappearing, passionate parties step up and take charge.
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?
James Sum's dualistic and ambiguous works intrigue observers.
The Election Commission's re-delineation exercise is nothing short of creative abuse.
Let’s Talk Food – Across Religious Divides
While our schools may be found lacking when it comes to science and tech education, several impassioned groups in Penang are working hard to create a vibrant landscape with STEM programmes and cool equipment open to kids from all walks of life.
Seberang Perai is undergoing massive transformation – but not without its own unique challenges.
Malaysia makes a bold move in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It will change the game for many Malaysian companies.
A Star lights up Butterworth, bridging island and mainland in light.
Much loved by all who have been up it, Penang Hill faces some careful but exciting upgrading.
A look at China's volatile stock market.
With an Internet speed that lags behind Singapore, Vietnam and even Cambodia, we explore the realities of Malaysia's broadband situation.
The community at the People's Court on Lebuh Cintra, George Town, turns into an art-cheological project.
Government officials insist that Malaysia is not a welfare state, but taking a look at its policies, one might think otherwise.
Instead of celebrating diversity and allowing for societal hybridisation to flow freely, Malaysia is unhealthily obsessed with the notion of unity.
What might happen when CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, RHB Capital Bhd and Malaysia Building Society Bhd merge? The answer could be the biggest bank in Malaysia with a whopping US$200bil worth of assets.
We take a look at the South China Sea situation and assess the pivotal role that we can potentially play.
Penang-born British artist Kate Hunt draws from her subconscious to create melancholic works of abstract art.
An interview with the writer of Nazi Goreng, Marco Ferrarese.
The environment should not take a back seat in the face of development.
Medical tourism in the region is maturing fast, and Penang is taking advantage.
It’s time to talk about the issue of class in education.
A report card on the Selangor and Penang Pakatan state governments’ final budgets of their first five-year term in power.
Time Magazine called him one of the 100 most influential people in 2004. We chat with Tariq Ramadan on Islam in the 21st century, and the importance of education and individual dignity in empowering societies.
Recent protests illustrate a widespread demand for meaningful participation in Malaysia's policy making process. Will the government listen?
For development to truly benefit everyone, consensus must be achieved among the community, private businesses and the government.
Toh Kin Woon reviews this collection of articles on the federal government’s management of the economy.
Even in today’s industrial climate, Penang’s SMEs can compete with the multinationals in the innovation arena, provided all the players do what they need to do.
The MPPP's Penang Island Cleanliness Master Plan has just been completed.
Famed economist Jomo Kwame Sundram made his return to Penang in August after a long absence. We chat with him about the arc his career has taken him on thus far.