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Saluting Our Warriors Penang's veterans association remembers the services of those who kept the peace.
According to the Constitution, Malaysia is a secular state. But this notion is lost on many.
The rise and fall of the Malay left.
The Constitution today is no longer what it was. To fix Malaysia, we need to fix its laws.
It was no easy matter pushing for tertiary-level education in colonial Malaya.
With 72% of the population under 40, Malaysia's youths have a huge role to play.
Captivating stories of Malaysian women in history are gradually being told.
Penang Free School turns 200 this month. We celebrate its three visionaries who made the grade.
Discontent with the Federation of Malaya led the Straits Chinese elite of Penang to begin a push towards secession.
Once an iconic figure during Penang Harbour’s heyday,discover the crucial role of the lighters that shuttled between massive hulking cargo ships and the port.
To gain a fuller insight into Malaysia’s attainment of independence, we need to look at the adjacent puzzle pieces as well.
As P. Ramlee The Musical heads to our shores, we unravel the tumultuous life of the visionary man.
Ariffin Omar is not afraid to ruffle a few feathers with his book, Bangsa Melayu.
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.
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 Labour Party’s rise and fall in George Town's municipal council is worth some retrospection.
Kee Thuan Chye laments about Malaysia today, and reminisces about the Malaysia he used to know.
Malaysia is 50 years old. It's time for us to re-examine what our federalism means.
An in-depth look at Umno’s past, present and future.
The long-awaited P.G. Lim memoir, Kaleidoscope: The Memoirs of P.G. Lim is finally here.
The Penang Institute hosted its annual flagship event, the Post Budget Dialogue.
Celebrating the life and career of a celebrated and enigmatic Penang artist.
The time has come for the centralism that characterises Malaysian politics to disperse.
Malaysia may call itself a federation, but it certainly doesn't act like one.