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The Malaysian Institute of Art has churned out countless talents.The Malaysian Institute of Art has churned out countless talents.
A bookish journey through the quaint and colourful history of the Hill.
His large collection is now at the Penang State Art Gallery.
State-of-the-art architecture and a commitment to green living give the upcoming Sandilands project much appeal.
Prangin Market, Chowrasta Market and Campbell Street Market have been the hubs of trade on the island for over a century.
The waterfront mirrors Penang’s history.
In the face of a rapidly changing urban environment, Singapore’s Housing and Development Board gets things right.
Coffee culture thrives in Butterworth.
Walk on through to the other side.
Writer Mike Gibby traces the history of the quaint Lomond Bungalow.
Two establishments in George Town provide local artists with a platform to showcase their crafts.
The skyline of Persiaran Gurney is colourfully different at night – and here's why.
With the recent reunion of staff and students of the Kuala Lumpur College of Art, which closed down in 2002, Ooi Kok Chuen examines the realities of art education in Malaysia.
How can an artist benefit the Malaysian economy? Ksatriya discusses.
Young entrepreneurs give George Town a quirky edge.
Malaysia’s Reformasi movement has been brewing for a long time now and has led to the highly competitive GE13.
Balik Pulau has turned into a natural sanctuary for artists to settle and create their art.
Macalister Mansion seamlessly melds heritage with contemporary design.
What are the long-term implications of the city's rising property prices?
For development to truly benefit everyone, consensus must be achieved among the community, private businesses and the government.
Dr Chew's success in the US has not stopped him from returning to Penang.
Novelist Gabija Grusaite takes us on a tour of Armenian Street, peeling away its layers and uncovering its gems.
The internationalisation of innovative capability is measured by the technological capability levels and speeds at which they have been built. What are the implications for Penang’s industry?
Tay Mo-Leong has no plans to rest on his laurels