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Growth may await Penang in the short term, but adapting to Industry 4.0 has to happen now.
We are living in the age of ideas, and the age of possibilities.
Editor Ooi Kee Beng has an enlightening conversation on politics and religion.
Affordable and good healthcare; shelter and comfort: it’s time to address the realities of growing old in Malaysia.
With sun, sea and sand in close proximity and verdant hills as the backdrop, Tanjung Bungah is the ideal suburb.
With amenities that range from a hospital to a radio station, the Royal Australian Air Force has certainly left its mark in Penang.
Penang's property landscape is both diverse and dynamic.
State-of-the-art architecture and a commitment to green living give the upcoming Sandilands project much appeal.
One repairs trishaws, the other pedals them. Both share uncertain futures in an industry on the wane.
Sculptor Anthony Lau has an insatiable thirst for the unknown.
Intrinsically linked to the water, George Town's waterfront is where it all began – and it still continues to amaze.
Pearl of the Eastern & Oriental promises audiences an enchanting story.
We take a look at the alternative ways of commuting in Penang.
Liveability is more than just making it to the top of a list; it is about ensuring quality of life is available to every spectrum of society.
Malaysia makes a bold move in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It will change the game for many Malaysian companies.
They draw crowds and provide a platform for local talents, but just how economically beneficial are festivals?
We examine the mobility of tourists in Penang.
The folks of Ba Kelalan in Sarawak find machine planting to be a bit of a hassle.
The Chief Minister explains how the proposed Sky Cab will unite the island and the mainland.
Stepchild no more: Butterworth wants to climb out of George Town's shadow. We find out how it could do just that.
A tribute? A retrospective? Or an archival reconnaissance lab test? The Unpack/ Repack exhibition on the late Ismail Hashim definitely pushes the envelope.
We examine the transport situation in Penang and provide the statistics on the trends and modes of transportation availablein the state.
Ubiquitous in many Malaysian cities and towns, the Tamil barbershop is where folks of all races gather for their haircuts,and a piece of life.
The "Palette Mix – a Fusion of Art" retreat brings together aspiring local architects, designers, photographers and writers to reimagine George Town’s public spaces and structures.
Just outside the hustle and bustle of Cairo lies an entirely different world, and a community that makes a living out oftrash.
Malaysia recently slipped down to Tier 3 on the US Department of State’s Trafficking in Persons Report. How much do you know about this crime, and are you inadvertently buying slavery?
The grass is always greener on the other side. Or is it really?
Prof Eric Britton, founder of World Car Free Days, was brought in to envisage solutions to Penang's traffic deadlock.
With the cut in sugar and fuel subsidies, folks in interior Sabah and Sarawak feel a harder pinch.
Fancy a cup of Starbucks, but can't leave the office to get it? Too busy to queue up for your bills? Online platforms like Task Amigo can help.
Penang Institute studies the potential impact of GST on the national economy and the common man.
Languages in schools is a divisive issue, but that doesn't change the fact that English is crucial to development.