Tensions too intense to ignore


THE water crisis in Penang is over, and Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow hopes to put the unfortunate episode behind him by unveiling a new urban park on the island.

Known as Gurney Bay, the park is carved out of land reclaimed from the sea along Gurney Drive, and it glitters like a beautiful jewel at night, especially from a drone shot.

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