After all the bad news about money games in Penang, people here needed a lift, and along comes a movie, the first Penang Hokkien movie - a movie about difficult family life in Old Penang, which has received positive...
Well, whaddaya know! Pulau Jerejak has shot into the international spotlight with 30 scholars from 16 nations supporting a petition to save Pulau Jerejak. The petition was launched by the Sungai Buloh Settlement Council at the Fifth International Symposium on...
New photos have emerged of the ruins of a 121-year-old church in Pulau Jerejak located on the eastern coast of the island, just north of the Boustead shipyard. The ruins, now almost shrouded by trees and overgrowth, are believed...
When Rajindar Singh worked as a medical assistant* in charge of the treatment room of Camp 1 in Pulau Jerejak in the mid-1960s, he spotted a solitary full-grown coconut tree growing in the premises and wondered who had planted...
Participants at Penang Forum 7: #SaveJerejak today called for a moratorium on any property development project at Pulau Jerejak, an island steeped in history. There were some who felt that some kind of 'development' on the island was inevitable and...
It's a packed hall here at Penang Institute as Penangites show their interest in saving Pulau Jerejak.
This forum on Saturday has received tremendous publicity in the media. It is the seventh major Penang Forum since 2008, this time speakers will lift the veil on Pulau Jerejak to unravel the secrets of this forgotten island. Is...
Would you buy a home on this island? These graves are on the north-western side of Pulau Jerejak. According to a historian, there are at least 5,332 graves, most of them from the 7,500 leprosy patients who lived at one...
The ruins of dormitories and leper homes, old reservoirs and undergound chambers, places of worship, jail cells, even a courtroom add an eerie touch to the island's natural greenery that should be preserved as a state treasure for Penang. I...
Few people realise that Pulau Jerejak has a hidden heritage so haunting that it was once featured in the History Channel. Most of the migrants arriving in Penang from China and India and other Asian nations - the ancestors...

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