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Towering over small and mighty are the sentinels of the skies.
Malay-Muslims in Penang make up a colourful, progressive community.
The printing presses in Penang have been humming for over two centuries.
Literary translators connect cultures from different parts of the globe, and Penang's role in the history of the art is by no means insignificant
The Heritage in Penang Trail looks to keep youngsters interested in Penang’s heritage using social media.
George Town Festival is back, and promises to be much more spectacular than the last.
Penang has been home to some of the most compelling Malay artists in the country.
In late 19th century cosmopolitan Penang, Muslim and Chinese societies rose above racial and cultural differences to work together.
Mahani Musa takes us back to a time when Muslim trade was at its most vibrant.
With politics and economics being increasingly regionalised, Penang needs to start thinking in regional terms again.
Until the 1970s, Penang had been the hub for haj pilgrimage in the region.
Tensions between Penang's secret societies finally reached the boiling point, and chaos reigned on the island.
The Jewel of Muscat stopped by Penang, on the tail end of her voyage to trace the roots of her Arabic ancestors.
Introducing the first ever newspaper to be published in South-East Asia.
Penang’s historic Malay enclave remains a bustling commercial area.
The legacy of Tengku Syed Hussain lives on today.