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Mei Fong and Zen Cho make reverberating impacts in their respective genres.
The die is cast; they are ready. Are Malaysians?
With sun, sea and sand in close proximity and verdant hills as the backdrop, Tanjung Bungah is the ideal suburb.
Innovations in financial technology are here to stay.
The restoration of local elections will ensure that our democracy can finally blossom.
Discontent with the Federation of Malaya led the Straits Chinese elite of Penang to begin a push towards secession.
Will what happened in Penang in 1967 happen on a global scale soon?
It is likely to be a difficult year for Malaysians in 2016, but at the same time, opportunities await those who are well prepared.
Stepchild no more: Butterworth wants to climb out of George Town's shadow. We find out how it could do just that.
Say goodbye to social, political and financial stability, and economic growth.
With unemployable graduates and a financial status that runs in the red, can private schools survive in Malaysia?
What awaits Penang in the Year of the Ram?
With the recent reunion of staff and students of the Kuala Lumpur College of Art, which closed down in 2002, Ooi Kok Chuen examines the realities of art education in Malaysia.
This August, famed local director Saw Teong Hin promises a dramatic close to the George Town Festival with Hokkien play Hai Ki Xin Lor.
We chat with Prof Kiyohiko Nishimura about bubble economies, quantitative easing and Abenomics.
Tan Twan Eng The man who paints with words
Kee Thuan Chye worries about the Third World mentality of Malaysians.
The environment should not take a back seat in the face of development.
The inaugural Penang Economic Conference takes a look at the region’s global economical potential and challenges that come with progress.
What challenges do policymakers face in making sure Asia can generate sustainable growth on its own?