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This old suburb has shaken off its rough-and-tumble image, and is ready to become a dynamic township of the future.
Music is freedom, and none more so than jazz.
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.
Langkawi-based writer, translator and publisher Jérôme Bouchaud reveals his literary journey.
It began as a support network for women living away from home.
A home, as well as hope, for abandoned and abused children in Penang.
A community’s efforts and some serendipity have kept the Church of the Assumption’s majestic pipe organ in tip-top shape.
KL's Pitstop Community Cafe is a whole new way of addressing homelessness.
Convenience stores double as charity portals to feed disadvantaged minors.
What might Malaysia’s political future hold?
In loving memory of a hotelier extraordinaire and a truly kind soul.
From P. Ramlee to pop-yeh-yeh, there's a book that captures the heydays of Penang's music scene.
Country music came naturally to Egyptian-American Kareem Salama.
We’ve been misunderstanding this crowd for far too long.
With 258 selected works and some 57 years of toil, artist Choong Kam Kow is finally getting his hugely deserved moment.
Youth Today, an online events platform, has over 20,000 subscribers. It reveals the way the world is moving for the youths of tomorrow.
Contemporary PAS toes the line between conservatism and progressiveness.
It may come as a shock to most people that cancer is now Malaysia’s third biggest killer, but there is hope.
George Town starts Asia’s first ever Business Improvement District Scheme.
The iconic Gurney Drive has something for everyone.
Prof Woo Wing Thye is one of the the world's most renowned economists, and he would be the first to admit he had a bit of help getting there.
Unknown to many, the Penang Sao Lim Athletic Association is helping to keep the kung fu tradition alive.
The selfless volunteers at the House of Hope att empt to provide some much-needed relief to the residents of Rifl e Range.
Crime rates are exploding throughout the nation, and Malaysians continue to live in fear