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For young Malaysians, it is not so hard to imagine a united society.
The struggle for reform and justice continues.
Brevity, fleetness and attention to the smallest detail – all necessary for the short story form.
From Oxford to Chantilly, Penang is being positioned as an economic model and an intelligent city.
Paris-based Penangite Bram Tan explores the identity behind Charlie, in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shooting.
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?
Negara-ku – a movement that aims to promote unity, peace and harmony, and oppose racism, hatred, extremism and violence – has been vilified by certain quarters from the day of its inception.
There is much stigma against Jebat, but it is a reputation that has long expired.
The Penang Legal Aid Centre seeks to give the underprivileged a fair trial.
One of the featured speakers at the 2012 TEDxGurneyDrive, Cindy Gallop chats with us about being a feminist and changing the world.
A steady look at the tragedy of Teoh Beng Hock.
A review of “Silat: Our Heritage for the World” at the George Town Festival.
Positioning women is about more than just creating jobs for women.
Outgoing Penang Institute executive director Liew Chin Tong looks back at his two-year tenure with the think tank.
Areca Books republishes two classics that shed light on colonial Penang.
The competition for the highly skilled occurs between cities more than between countries.
In April, a group of talented and politically-conscious musicians got together to spread the word on what our rights really are.
A dying Nirmala Dutt Shanmughalingam struggles to finish her final paintings in praise of her God.