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The country has grown, both economically and demographically. At the same time, modern societal issues need addressing.
For young Malaysians, it is not so hard to imagine a united society.
The inspirational story of the South African former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Councils show the way towards gender equality.
A home, as well as hope, for abandoned and abused children in Penang.
Seberang Perai is undergoing massive transformation – but not without its own unique challenges.
We take a look at the alternative ways of commuting in Penang.
Rich in history and rich in culture, this beloved township is drawing more attention than ever before.
P E Land aims to create the retail future of Batu Kawan – from scratch.
Stepchild no more: Butterworth wants to climb out of George Town's shadow. We find out how it could do just that.
Most would agree that the income gap is worsening in Malaysia and begs addressing. It is time we gauge how this hurts the country in concrete terms.
Instead of celebrating diversity and allowing for societal hybridisation to flow freely, Malaysia is unhealthily obsessed with the notion of unity.
Is the Asean Economic Community (AEC) as good as it sounds?
How can an artist benefit the Malaysian economy? Ksatriya discusses.
Prof Eric Britton, founder of World Car Free Days, was brought in to envisage solutions to Penang's traffic deadlock.
What's Penang's outlook in the face of global change? Penang Monthly provides a 17-page analysis.
Malaysia is 50 years old. It's time for us to re-examine what our federalism means.
Shared equity models may be the way to go for Malaysia.
It’s time to talk about the issue of class in education.
The solution to Penang’s traffic woes may lie in its past.
Making a city liveable is no easy matter
While Malaysia has made great strides in reducing poverty and inequality, the gap between the rich and poor remains high.
For Malaysia to become an industrialised nation, major problems with its income distribution and employment structure must be solved.
Toh Kin Woon reviews this collection of articles on the federal government’s management of the economy.
For the villagers of Kampung Pokok Asam Jawa, time is quietly running out.
The daily contributions of Malaysian homemakers remain overlooked.
Change is coming to George Town. How can conservation bridge the gap between the old and the new?