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George Town's Church of the Assumption gets a much-needed face lift.
Malaysians should dare to campaign for change.
Eucalyptus bark is Datuk Sharifah Fatimah Syed Zubir's metier.
The state is second home to a vibrant and active Borneoan community.
Towering over small and mighty are the sentinels of the skies.
Meet Penang's urban bovines and their handlers.
If you have an appetite for adventure, Bukit Relau is the hike for you.
Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital has grown by leaps and bounds.
Events January 2017
Excessive preoccupation with the hudud agenda at the expense of the greater objectives of Islam is perilous.
More than a traditional wood carver, Yeap Siew Kay is a master craftsman – and part of Penang's living heritage.
The hudud issue arises again – and we must address it with greater urgency.
The Chinese brush genre survives – and evolves – in Malaysia.
After a five-year hiatus, the Football Association of Penang returns to the top flight.
Many other traditional fares are equally enticing – and famous.
What's it like to have spent a great part of one's life on Penang Hill? Meet two people who have done exactly that.
The recollections of Christine Khor during her blithe week on Penang Hill.
Tan Twan Eng writes about his experience participating in literary festivals – and their importance.
Malaysian-Australian writer, poet, musician and spoken word artist Omar Musa talks about identity and art.
We take a look at the new businesses in Pulau Tikus and find out how they keep up with the competition.
A young church in Sungai Ara is home to not just one, but two saints.
Marco Ferrarese takes a walk down Bukit Mertajam and finds plenty of things to enjoy.
Most would agree that the income gap is worsening in Malaysia and begs addressing. It is time we gauge how this hurts the country in concrete terms.
Penang was given a taste of the 600-year- old Japanese traditional theatre during George Town Festival. Julia Tan speaks to master kyogen actor Mansai Nomura about his art.
A peek into the life of one of Nepal's living goddesses, seven-year-old Diya Bajracharya.
We take a look at what worked (and what didn't) at George Town Festival 2014.
Making funeral effigies may not be a job to die for, but it brings in the bucks and keeps traditions alive.
Silambam, the most ancient form of weapon-based martial arts in India, is an endangered sport, but there are those who are struggling to keep it alive.
This month, we shine the spotlight on the low profile C. K. Tan.
Cinematographer Christopher Doyle on colour, making movies and working with Wong Kar Wai.