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We are living in the age of ideas, and the age of possibilities.
Do you Facebook? Find out how Penang folks use social media.
It was a public park like no other in the country.
Liveability is more than just making it to the top of a list; it is about ensuring quality of life is available to every spectrum of society.
What does the future of Penang's water supply look like?
Editor Ooi Kee Beng chats with Marina Mahathir about what it means to be Malaysian today.
The island's medical tourism industry continues to grow.
It's high time for Malaysia to integrate forensic science into its criminal justice system.
What has caused this year’s surge in gun-related deaths in Malaysia?
SMEs are the backbone of Penang's economy, and the state is taking steps to nurture local companies.
The state's Penang Free WiFi programme continues to grow.
While Malaysia has made great strides in reducing poverty and inequality, the gap between the rich and poor remains high.
A reminder of what the cultural, commercial and political diversity in the Straits of Malacca looked like before colonialism divided the region.
SMEs are the backbone Penang's economy, but major challenges must be overcome if they are to evolve and survive.
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.
Penang has a big advantage in the medical devices industry, thanks to its experience with E&E.
In transforming Penang into a city of the future, public participation is key.
The minds behind the new Akram Khan Company production “Vertical Road” chat with PEM about their creative process.
The American Society of Training & Development held its annual conference recently.
While its Cleaner Greener Penang initiative is commendable, the state government must ensure that it creates and maintain more open spaces and parks.
The Penang Development Corporation, one of the main drivers of Penang’s development, is reinventing itself for the 21st century.
Penang and Malaysia must give serious thought to what their international roles should be in the near future.
Penang’s private healthcare sector is facing a bottleneck.
Invest Penang chairman Datuk Lee Kah Choon talks to us about the challenges Penang faces in attracting investments, and shares his thoughts on the state’s future.