“Hodgepodge of shophouses, temples and markets” in Malaysia

The end of rent control in the George Town, Malaysia, a World Heritage site, threatened the historic structures within. But a “strong vision – plus a tidy bit of capital” has helped protect this important part of our global cultural heritage.

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Keeping heritage alive in George Town, Penang

By Daniel Besant

Southeast Asia Globe

June 30, 2016