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Mei Fong and Zen Cho make reverberating impacts in their respective genres.
Ashok Kumar Poduval has been running Umayal Textiles on Lebuh Penang for over 30 years.
Removing those rose-tinted colonial glasses reveals a harsh era for women.
His large collection is now at the Penang State Art Gallery.
The state government takes active measures to house as many as possible who wish to live in Penang.
Ecotourism brings travellers and ringgit to Seberang Perai.
Who do we want in our backyard?
The stage is set for Penang's business events sector to soar.
Female migrant workers in Malaysia face a myriad of challenges
Affordable and good healthcare; shelter and comfort: it’s time to address the realities of growing old in Malaysia.
With sun, sea and sand in close proximity and verdant hills as the backdrop, Tanjung Bungah is the ideal suburb.
Penang's property landscape is both diverse and dynamic.
Malaysian politics is stuck in quicksand, and if we don’t construct an entirely new model soon to replace it, the future will be dire.
Datuk Abdul Malik Abul Kassim has had his share of ups and downs in life, but sheer tenacity continues to pull him through.
State-of-the-art architecture and a commitment to green living give the upcoming Sandilands project much appeal.
Penang Free School turns 200 this month. We celebrate its three visionaries who made the grade.
Startups are a challenging business, but with creativity and determination – and a little bit of help – dreams can be achieved.
A look into ridership and population projection shows the Better, Cheaper Faster alternative transport model might be fundamentally flawed.
We explore Malaysia’s pension fund, which collects a staggering RM5bil per month.
The perseverance of the people behind The Rice Miller Project is an inspiration.
From affordable housing to quaint homestays and getting in touch with nature and the land, the township is undergoing an interesting revival.
In the face of a rapidly changing urban environment, Singapore’s Housing and Development Board gets things right.
The inspiring story of the determined Sisters of Infant Jesus.
Our public universities struggle to catch up with the rest of Asia. With the recent budget cut, what options do they have left in trying to regain former glory?
Writer Mike Gibby traces the history of the quaint Lomond Bungalow.
Holland's capital balances the competing needs of tourists and locals.
Yeoh Siew Hoon joins the Pulau Tikus Heritage Trail and takes a walk down memory lane.
Dr Hartini Zainudin, founder of Yayasan Chow Kit and current vice president of Voice of the Children, sheds light on the stateless.
With limited development choices left, Aspen Group is placing its bets on Batu Kawan.
Stepchild no more: Butterworth wants to climb out of George Town's shadow. We find out how it could do just that.