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(From third left) Penang State Museum director/curator Haryany Mohamad and architect Tan Bee Eu showing Lim the artist’s impression of the new building in Farquhar Street. With them are Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy (second right) and other museum board members.

THE Penang government is spending RM20mil for the conservation and renovation of the Penang State Museum @ Farquhar in Farquhar Street.

The works which is expected to be completed in 2020 would include the restoration of the existing two-storey museum building and an extension to the building’s west wing.

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