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Editor Ooi Kee Beng has an enlightening conversation on politics and religion.
With the dialect in danger of disappearing, passionate parties step up and take charge.
Party like it’s 1899 With its Persian roots, Ghazal Party once captured hearts in Seberang Perai.
Editor Ooi Kee Beng chats with Marina Mahathir about what it means to be Malaysian today.
Zunar is determined to draw the truth – but that doesn't mean he can't make us laugh at the same time.
A tribute? A retrospective? Or an archival reconnaissance lab test? The Unpack/ Repack exhibition on the late Ismail Hashim definitely pushes the envelope.
From drawing for fun to drawing for Marvel, Malaysian Sonny Liew has carved a colourful career in the world of comics.
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.
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.
We take a look at what worked (and what didn't) at George Town Festival 2014.
For an unforgettable (and also affordable) experience travelling around Europe, Bram Tan recommends you go old school, get a tent and go camping.
Who was Abdul Rahman Ibrahim Sori, and how can we learn from his story?
Malaysia's icon talks about kampung living and the importance of intermingling.
An online trove of South-East Asian short films.
Singapore's CausewayEXchange comes to the George Town Festival.
One of the featured speakers at the 2012 TEDxGurneyDrive, Cindy Gallop chats with us about being a feminist and changing the world.
The Sandpit: Womensis explores important issues, but is marred by its callous gender politics.
The play "Vagina Warriors" is a celebration of womanhood.
Faith Watson takes a trip from Penang to Bangladesh and discovers that it can be easier to feel at home in one place than another.
Judy Cheng-Hopkins chats with pem about her humanitarian work over the decades.
There is a property boom on the island, and Penang’s middle class may have to move out.
How have Malaysian women fared in the last two years?
This month, we profile an internationally-respected anthropologist, and chat with her about Malay society in the 1970s.
Lawyer/environmentalist/poet Cecil Rajendra chats with pem about his life’s work, and what makes one a good writer.
In our interview with Nicol David, we discover what makes the squash sensation tick, and that the best is yet to come.
Filmmaker Amir Muhammad enjoys one of Yasmin Ahmad’s short films.