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After several generations, they have perfected age-old family recipes.
A wet market is always loud, frenetic, dirty and, well, very wet.
Street food that is according to the doctor’s orders, perhaps?
There's something to eat, anytime of the day, in Butterworth.
There's never a dhall moment when it comes to Indian food.
The farm-to-table concept is taking off in Penang.
They write the stories that make the whole world hungry.
The taste of the world is at our doorsteps.
For young Malaysians, it is not so hard to imagine a united society.
The struggle for reform and justice continues.
While global developments present a challenge, local innovations keep the state in the black.
Delicious delicacies are recorded for posterity.
The historic village straddles the modern and the archaic.
With an international market worth trillions of dollars, Penang is actively tapping into the highly lucrative halal business. But as with any thriving industry, it is not without its own unique set of challenges.
A greener lifestyle works wonders on the pocket, freeing one to truly enjoy life.
The Global Halal Industry in Malaysia and Penang
From its origins as a simple meal to fill the tummy, nasi kandar has become a Malaysian institution.
Prangin Market, Chowrasta Market and Campbell Street Market have been the hubs of trade on the island for over a century.
The healthy food movement gains traction in Penang.
Pastoral delights abound at Balik Pulau.
Better technology, medical research and public awareness are crucial in the battle against cancer.
Yeoh Siew Hoon joins the Pulau Tikus Heritage Trail and takes a walk down memory lane.
We often take electricity for granted, but for the folks of Long Rusu in Sarawak, it is an exercise in cooperation.
Marco Ferrarese takes a walk down Bukit Mertajam and finds plenty of things to enjoy.
With 258 selected works and some 57 years of toil, artist Choong Kam Kow is finally getting his hugely deserved moment.
We take a look at what worked (and what didn't) at George Town Festival 2014.
The rural folks of Malaysia are far from being politically ignorant, and dismissing them as such can only exacerbate the urban-rural gap.
Tan Twan Eng the man who paints with words