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‘Penang South Island’: A controversial path to progress

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In this thought-provoking video, Citizens Journal MY delves into the contentious topic of the Penang South Island project.

Watch the video as it explores the motivations behind Malaysia’s choice to reclaim the sea for new development, the environmental concerns raised by critics, and the impact on local communities.

Discover the arguments for and against this ambitious endeavour, and uncover alternative perspectives that challenge the necessity of such extensive land reclamation.

As it navigates through the complexities of the “Penang South Island” project, it aims to shed light on the multifaceted issues at hand and spark a meaningful conversation about the balance between progress and environmental preservation.

Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of this highly debated project and its implications for the future of Penang.

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30 Jun 2023 6.28pm

Province Wellesley has 3 times the size of Penang Island why can’t the Penang Government develop the P.W. first instead of reclaiming land from the sea creating so much hardship for the nelayan and ecology?

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