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With an estimated RM808mil economic impact, business events in Penang are big business.
The rise and fall of the Malay left.
The state is second home to a vibrant and active Borneoan community.
The Constitution today is no longer what it was. To fix Malaysia, we need to fix its laws.
A bookish journey through the quaint and colourful history of the Hill.
At over a century old, Penang's Botanic Gardens have an illustrious past.
Music is freedom, and none more so than jazz.
Global developments expose Malaysia and Penang's economies to uncertainties.
Artistic minds create surprising ways of moulding traditional elements with trendy streetwear.
It has been 45 years since the death knell rang for local elections in Penang.
Emerald pools and a serene landscape await in Bukit Mertajam.
There is no place more apt for the sounds of ethereal music than Kuching's Rainforest World Music Festival.
The degeneration of the country's tripartite structure.
A place that easily bridges Malaysia’s two halves.
The two cities are revitalising through the arts.
Will what happened in Penang in 1967 happen on a global scale soon?
Passionate and motivated by the search for excellence, Yeoh Jun Lin takes delight in organising the Borneo Jazz Festival and Rainforest World Music Festival.
One can cycle from George Town to Batu Maung – comfortably!
Sabah's rivers get a community-driven rejuvenation.
Country music is big in Borneo, as proven by the successful third edition of the Miri Country Music Festival.
It's painstaking work, but the art of bead making continues to thrive in Long Tuma.
Marco Ferrarese's new book, Banana Punk Rawk Trails, examines Malaysia's punk metal scene.
What do a punk rocker, puppeteer, bangsawan specialist and jazzhead have in common? They write.
They draw crowds and provide a platform for local talents, but just how economically beneficial are festivals?
Sjovald Hoseason Cunyngham-Brown was a civil servant, soldier, adventurer, activist and more.
Scratching at the surface of the 11th Malaysia Plan reveals its shortfalls – and one very worrying exclusion.
We often take electricity for granted, but for the folks of Long Rusu in Sarawak, it is an exercise in cooperation.
With unemployable graduates and a financial status that runs in the red, can private schools survive in Malaysia?
Using woodcut techniques, Malaysia's Bornean artists spread their message beyond the island.
We examine the finances of Malaysia's states, from richest to poorest and everything in between.
As prices skyrocket and GST looms, what is the state of the housing market in Penang?
The World Animal Groove Festival, organised by the Sarawak Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, has Kuchingites walking and rocking for a good cause.
Marco Ferrarese speaks to Paul Malone, who has documented the Penan plight in his book, The Peaceful People.
Penang-born artist Christine Das finds her passion in nature.
The practices and culture of the Royal Malaysian Police often reveal the trademarks of a regime police – a police that answers to the government in power.
This October, animal lovers can support their furry friends and, at the same time, enjoy good music at the World Animal Groove music festival in Kuching.
If we can strike the right balance with federalism, we may just be able to strengthen Malaysia. But where and how should we start?
The rural folks of Malaysia are far from being politically ignorant, and dismissing them as such can only exacerbate the urban-rural gap.