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With an estimated RM808mil economic impact, business events in Penang are big business.
The stage is set for Penang's business events sector to soar.
The Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies exhibition at the National Gallery Singapore explores the issues of post-colonialism and decolonisation.
State-of-the-art architecture and a commitment to green living give the upcoming Sandilands project much appeal.
There is no place more apt for the sounds of ethereal music than Kuching's Rainforest World Music Festival.
Jonathan Lim captures the hustle and bustle of George Town’s waterfront.
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.
What is the land use and population density of the waterfront area?
The perseverance of the people behind The Rice Miller Project is an inspiration.
Penang’s Waterfronts May be Its Future Identity
The two cities are revitalising through the arts.
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.
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.
Syed Thajudeen – artist, philosopher, poet and magician – returns with a grand flourish.
Striking the right balance is key to success for George Town’s tourism.
We examine the mobility of tourists in Penang.
Stepchild no more: Butterworth wants to climb out of George Town's shadow. We find out how it could do just that.
The dazzling Art Stage Singapore wrapped up in January, with Malaysia featuring a strong – and slightly controversial – presence during the festival.
A large number of Sabah’s inhabitants are saddled with a complicated legal status. They have been tolerated by locals albeit with some disdain, but of late, tension has been mounting.
Different spaces mean different things for the folks of George Town. Penang Institute sets out to discover the nooks and crannies of the city in its “My George Town” project.
For an unforgettable (and also affordable) experience travelling around Europe, Bram Tan recommends you go old school, get a tent and go camping.
We need to improve our mentality for the sake of our rivers and seas.
What can Penang learn from the Hong Kong art world?
Since the day he saw how Komtar was built, Tan Hun Beng knew exactly what he wanted to do.
New art spaces are popping up in Penang, but can the state take advantage of this energy?
Can Penang become a regional yachting hub? Herbert Poenisch and Oh Kean Shen take a look at Penang’s existing marinas and find that much more needs to be done.
The recent rise of heritage tourism offers some hope of reviving Penang’s neglected waterfront precincts.
We pay tribute to the memory of one of Penang’s greatest heritage artists.
Once a thriving village, the clan jetties are caught in a struggle to reinvent themselves.
It is the last remaining urban village in the Northeast District. The boom in the properties market now threatens its existence.
There is still value to be found in the works of art’s old masters.
There is much untapped potential in Penang’s waterfronts.
The Penang Sculpture Trail project is well under way, with works by world-class Asian sculptors on display.
The history of Weld Quay, and what the future can hold …