For an idea of where “Sustainable Penang” is being read in Malaysia (in all four languages), have a look at the following map which records the location of readers across Malaysia who have signed into the site in the last three days.
From an international perspective the world reader map looks like this:
For the Malay translated edition of this program, go to the left sliding menu (the + sign up top) and click under Translate. the link to Malay version. (You will also see there links to the Chinese and Tamil translations.)
As of today Sustainable Penang is available in quick translations in Malay, Chinese and Tamil. If you click the left menu (plus sign up top) you will see the translation links in the sliding menu. Our hope is that this will facilitate even wider circulation, discussion and use of these ideas across all of Malaysia.
This blog was created on 1 July 2013 in order to provide a “journal of record” for the first planning phase of the Sustainable Penang: New Mobility Initiative. As of today (30 April 2014) a total of 149 readers have signed in to indicate their interest in being kept up to date on the postings that appear here, either on a daily or weekly basis. (This sign-in procedure is very simple and can be seen it activated at the top of the upper right menu.) Continue reading