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Many still flock to these temples to worship, or to adore their resplendence.
Removing those rose-tinted colonial glasses reveals a harsh era for women.
John Lee Joo-for was one of the greatest acts in post-Independence Malaysian art.
For 60 years, the Dindings district in Perak was governed by Penang.
When it comes to the property market, the Sandwich Generation faces a dilemma.
The Chinese brush genre survives – and evolves – in Malaysia.
Many other traditional fares are equally enticing – and famous.
In Ba Kelalan, there isn’t much visible heritage left, but it still gives a glimpse into the old way of life where faith and beliefs hold the community together.
We explore three of the unique communities nestled in Pulau Tikus.
Country music came naturally to Egyptian-American Kareem Salama.
As we mark the half century since the end of local government elections in Malaysia, we look back at events that led to its demise – most importantly, the Athi Nahappan Report.
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.
It might only be a matter of time before Noo Wan Aroonratana, 91, finds himself, along with the rest of the villagers of century-old Kampung Siam in Pulau Tikus, without a home.
The last of the master carvers, we document Kok Ah Wah's delicate trade.
The grass is always greener on the other side. Or is it really?
Who was Abdul Rahman Ibrahim Sori, and how can we learn from his story?
Kee Thuan Chye laments about Malaysia today, and reminisces about the Malaysia he used to know.
The Khaw clan was a central player in the socioeconomic wellbeing of Penang and Phuket.
Will the recent crisis in the coastal zone in the eastern part of Sabah affect our oil palm development?