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The taste of the world is at our doorsteps.
The struggle for reform and justice continues.
Brevity, fleetness and attention to the smallest detail – all necessary for the short story form.
Which is the most spoken Chinese language in Malaysia and Penang, and how fare our students in language exams?
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.
It was no easy matter pushing for tertiary-level education in colonial Malaya.
Delicious delicacies are recorded for posterity.
Global developments expose Malaysia and Penang's economies to uncertainties.
A look into ridership and population projection shows the Better, Cheaper Faster alternative transport model might be fundamentally flawed.
KATA KATA 2100 explores the evolution of the national language.
The two cities are revitalising through the arts.
A plucky entrepreneur returns post-12th General Elections to shake up the indie movement.
Marco Ferrarese's new book, Banana Punk Rawk Trails, examines Malaysia's punk metal scene.
The recollections of Christine Khor during her blithe week on Penang Hill.
Whichever way one looks at it, Malaysia is a multi-ethnic country – and it should be the same for its politics.
The skyline of Persiaran Gurney is colourfully different at night – and here's why.
Ariffin Omar is not afraid to ruffle a few feathers with his book, Bangsa Melayu.
Rumaizah Abu Bakar embarks on a Muslim odyssey in her new travel book, A Call to Travel.
What are Penang's successful private education institutions doing right?