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UNBEKNOWNST to many, the Rifle Range flats in Penang has another side to it — one that is warm, vibrant and multi-racial.
THEY painted their faces, smiled and brandished stalks of flowers. It was a day to be proud if you’re a woman.
GEORGE TOWN: If Phak Cheng Por were a man, you would say that “he’s been around”, maybe even with a nudge and a wink.
THE historical fountain garden next to the Town Hall in George Town, Penang will be restored to its original glory.
RESIDENTS of 320 units at the Kedah Road flats, many of whom are handicapped and elderly, were forced to climb up and down the 22-storey building for four days until two of the four faulty lifts were fixed.
THE resident deity of the almost two-century-old Snake Temple in Penang predicts that the economy of the state would be at its best from January to April.
WITH more than 100 cool cafes sprouting up, it can be hard for people to keep track of them.
ON Valentine’s Day in 2007, Yeong Yee Shiuan agreed to be Khoo Sau Yong’s girlfriend when they were both 17.
WIN prizes just by ‘expressing your luck’ with Chinese calligraphy.
CAFE owner Sherry Teoh’s outlet in Carnarvon Street is one busy place come Chinese New Year every year.