KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia's election season is in full swing and Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng displays the bleary-eyed weariness of having worked 18-hour days for the past few weeks.
The 57-year-old politician, however, perks up when the discussion turns to Penang's transformation into a vibrant tourism and industrial hub under his decade-long leadership. "It's been challenging but satisfying," he said of his tenure.
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