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India’s fishing villages continue to pick up the pieces.
Cool ideas and epiphanies in the shower became reality at the recent Mini Maker Faire in Penang.
If you’re the wrong nationality in Penang, you can’t cook Penang food. But what do we even mean by “authentic”?
Besides introducing next year’s colour, the Colour Futures event discussed making cities more ‘human’, vibrant and resilient.
Work has started to make Kenyir Lake recognised by Unesco as a globally important geological site.
The Penang Philharmonic Orchestra stirs up classical music interest.
It will be the biggest international movie to ever shoot in Australia.
With population growth and the trend of people moving further away from the city centre, the light rail transit (LRT) becomes a practical option.
On Merdeka Day today, let us begin by imagining a more inclusive, kind and forgiving Malaysia. A Malaysia that embraces any and all.
The ‘good’ problem of a city’s growth brings with it the inevitable – increasing density and traffic congestion – an urgent issue that must be addressed.