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What has food got to do with politics?
Restrictions, red tape, production costs – Malaysia's mainstream films are gelded.
Hiking along Northam Beach is a worthwhile challenge.
With the dialect in danger of disappearing, passionate parties step up and take charge.
Councils show the way towards gender equality.
There is no place more apt for the sounds of ethereal music than Kuching's Rainforest World Music Festival.
Intrinsically linked to the water, George Town's waterfront is where it all began – and it still continues to amaze.
Will what happened in Penang in 1967 happen on a global scale soon?
The recollections of Christine Khor during her blithe week on Penang Hill.
A simple climb through the jungle makes the Hill so much more enjoyable.
Striking the right balance is key to success for George Town’s tourism.
As the creative economy burgeons, Penang digs its spurs in.
Venus Khor, co-founder of local production house RisingOneMedia, is determined to make that happen.
Malaysia recently slipped down to Tier 3 on the US Department of State’s Trafficking in Persons Report. How much do you know about this crime, and are you inadvertently buying slavery?
The stakes are high in the highway business. We reveal who owns what.
For almost two months in 1967, Penang was in a state of near-anarchy. What happened, and how did things get to that point?
How did Asean's humanitarian response and disaster relief efforts measure up to the rest of the world's?
Here's a recap of Tropfest South East Asia.
There's a crucial ingredient to sailing, as we found out during the Raja Muda Selangor International Regatta harbour race.
What is the National Security Council, and what is its role in disaster management in the country?
Can Japan’s new economic reform help solve its macroeconomic problems?
Hacker Monthly editor Lim Cheng Soon writes on his experiences at the three-day Lean Startup Machine workshop in Singapore.
A report card on the Selangor and Penang Pakatan state governments’ final budgets of their first five-year term in power.
Video projection mapping comes to Penang and Suffolk House.
The minds behind the new Akram Khan Company production “Vertical Road” chat with PEM about their creative process.
Anne Ooi was just another protestor on July 9, until a photograph of her took the internet by storm.
Change is coming to George Town. How can conservation bridge the gap between the old and the new?
At 68, batik painter Toya is still pushing himself and his art. But he may end up being the last of his kind.