Weaving a fascinating tale of Penang

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  • Wednesday, 04 Jun 2014

Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai’s passion for history prompted his Penang’s History, My Story columns that have now been compiled into a book. Proceeds from sales of the book will go to the Penang Heritage Trust and Kenosis Home, a drug rehabilitation centre. — KEVIN TAN/The Star

History and personal stories are woven together to tell a tale of the streets of Penang.

Ask Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai about Penang, and his face immediately lights up. A dyed-in-the-wool Penangite, he can’t hide the fondness in his eyes or the pep in his voice when he talks about his hometown.

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