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His large collection is now at the Penang State Art Gallery.
Ten critical approaches to the Malaysian immigration question.
Despite economic headwinds, Art Stage Singapore 2017 was a subdued success.
Education is more than exams; it's also about developing skills and ideas required for both the digital economy and students' individual well-being. Why is Malaysia still behind in this?
It can take a long time for higher education to pay off.
The need for secondary level English-language education spurred the birth of Bukit Mertajam High School.
While our schools may be found lacking when it comes to science and tech education, several impassioned groups in Penang are working hard to create a vibrant landscape with STEM programmes and cool equipment open to kids from all walks of life.
Intrinsically linked to the water, George Town's waterfront is where it all began – and it still continues to amaze.
Forecast for the Malaysian and Penang economy for the second half of the year.
As labour demand increases, labour supply struggles to catch up.
The import of foreign workers rakes in hundreds of millions each year, but for whom?
Fundamental reforms are required in sustainable student support.
Our public universities struggle to catch up with the rest of Asia. With the recent budget cut, what options do they have left in trying to regain former glory?
We trace Bukit Mertajam's rise in the mid-20th century.
Ch'ng Chin Chin explores Malaysia's animation industry by talking to the experts.
Heritage is not only about preserving an old building's infrastructure. It's also about preserving the intangibles.
What's Penang's outlook in the face of global change? Penang Monthly provides a 17-page analysis.
Malaysia's education system needs radical rethinking.
The inaugural Penang Economic Conference takes a look at the region’s global economical potential and challenges that come with progress.
The George Town Back Lanes Project hopes to turn Penang into a pedestrian-friendly city.
A look at changes brought about by GE13.
The foundation of the plan has been laid. But is Malaysia ready for actual Asean economic integration and what do we have to gain from it?
Medical tourism in the region is maturing fast, and Penang is taking advantage.
In trying to satisfy everyone, how much will the latest budget strain our resources? Penang Monthly takes a look at Budget 2013 and its viability.
Goh Ban Lee argues that it is time for Penang to compete on the international stage.
How secondary cities can contribute to a nation's economy and change how we view development.
George Town Festival director Joe Siek has speaks on how far now-iconic festival has come.
For development to truly benefit everyone, consensus must be achieved among the community, private businesses and the government.
As SERI transforms into the Penang Institute, we take a look at the think tank's past.
Why are Asian currencies appreciating against the US dollar, and what does this mean for the future?
Even in today’s industrial climate, Penang’s SMEs can compete with the multinationals in the innovation arena, provided all the players do what they need to do.
In transforming Penang into a city of the future, public participation is key.
The national economy depends on the health of its cities.
Malaysians need an alternative approach to its economy and society.
The role of think tanks in policy development is rarely appreciated. SERI is aiming to change that.
It is the last remaining urban village in the Northeast District. The boom in the properties market now threatens its existence.
The Penang and Selangor state governments have recently tabled their budgets. Tricia Yeoh takes a look at them.