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Nadia Wright’s book continues the historical battle between the Farquhar and Raffles camps.
A tribute to the late Malaysian artist Zulkifli Mohd Dahalan.
The stage is set for Penang's business events sector to soar.
From ruins to creative hub, the art cluster finds its footing.
It's time to make Penang's iconic trishaws thrive again.
Post World War II Malaysia – including Penang – bursts with literary work.
A series of contemporary ceramic exhibitions in recent months has reignited interest in the art.
Traditional Malay houses are lovingly maintained south-west of the island.
The Chinese brush genre survives – and evolves – in Malaysia.
Marco Ferrarese's new book, Banana Punk Rawk Trails, examines Malaysia's punk metal scene.
A tribute to the late Yuen Chee Ling, who celebrated women through her art.
For some artists, Cupid struck at the first brushstroke.
Malaysian-Australian writer, poet, musician and spoken word artist Omar Musa talks about identity and art.
Ariffin Omar is not afraid to ruffle a few feathers with his book, Bangsa Melayu.
Instead of celebrating diversity and allowing for societal hybridisation to flow freely, Malaysia is unhealthily obsessed with the notion of unity.
We chat with Apichatpong Weerasethakul, acclaimed director, Palme d'Or winner and Tropfest South East Asia's ambassador.
Singapore's CausewayEXchange comes to the George Town Festival.
Exploring the variety of electoral systems currently used around the world.
Will online freelancing have an effect on the Malaysian labour force in the near future?
A review of The Peranakan Chinese Home: Art and Culture in Daily Life by Ronald G. Knapp.
How has the Ministry of Education tried to reduce the education gap between rural and urban schools?
Recent protests illustrate a widespread demand for meaningful participation in Malaysia's policy making process. Will the government listen?
The George Town Festival is back!
Women artists of Malaysia have clearly made an impact in the arts industry over the years.
How digital media can be used to demystify heritage.
On the emergence of Jawi Peranakan cuisine in Penang.
In late 19th century cosmopolitan Penang, Muslim and Chinese societies rose above racial and cultural differences to work together.
The American Society of Training & Development held its annual conference recently.
This collection of articles by six authors makes a bold attempt to tell the complex story of the different peoples who had Islam as their common religion, and who plied the northern end of the Straits.