‘On Armenian Street.’ Straits Eclectic. Petaling Jaya: Gerakbudaya, 2017.


Dire straits for Malaysia’s world heritage.’ New Mandala, 29 September 2016.

Komtar: Malaysia’s monument to failed modernism.’ Failed Architecture, 6 June 2016.

HDB Republic: housing, homeownership and heritage in Singapore.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 05.16 (May 2016).

Will getting around Penang without a car become possible again?Penang Monthly, Issue 05.16 (May 2016).

Making sure Penang’s taps keep flowing.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 03.16 (March 2016).

A water supply system to boast about.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 03.16 (March 2016).

A new lease of life for traditional puppet theatre.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 02.16 (February 2016).


The high life: growing up on the peak.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 12.15 (December 2015).

Going Dutch: lessons in urban amenity from Amsterdam.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 10.15 (October 2015).

A walk on the Cheapside.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 04.15 (April 2015).

All that glitters in George Town.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 01.15 (January 2015).


Penang’s heritage wealth goes way beyond the UNESCO site.’ Penang Monthly, Issue 11.14 (November 2014).

‘Coming clean: online spaces opening up the arcane world of conservation-restoration.’ The Condition Report, Issue 2 (April 2014).


A one-man race.’ In Brief Magazine, #7: Illusory (November 2013).

Growth/decay/regrowth: slumification and gentrification in Melbourne’s Inner North.’ In Brief Magazine, #5: Entropy (May 2013).

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