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Sustainability depends on malls managing Covid-19
GEORGE TOWN: Six friends have come up with an interesting way to look out for trishaw riders whose income has been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
ALMOST 60% of licensed hawkers in Penang have yet to receive their vaccine doses.
IT IS not known when the pandemic will end, but some Penangites evidently make the best use of their time staying safe at home, as is evident from a visit to Cheapside.
THE Penang government is grateful that the operating hours for hawkers, vendors, eateries and restaurants have been streamlined.
TIRED of paying high commissions to delivery riders, a team of food sellers in a restaurant in Chulia Street, Penang, are managing the delivery work themselves. Chief tenant Saiful Isa, 39, not only does the marketing and cooking but also goes out to deliver orders during the lockdown.
TIRED of paying high commissions to delivery riders, a team of food sellers in the restaurant in Chulia Street, Penang, are making food delivery work by themselves.
GEORGE TOWN: By 8pm, Chulia Street, which is one of the busiest roads here, had already turned into a ghost town.
OFTEN a popular place for water sports and sandy beaches, Batu Ferringhi in Penang is now entering the street art scene with four of its own murals to showcase its ambience and identity.