No venture, no gain

To achieve something, there is always a price to pay, says veteran housing developer WHATEVER skeptics said could not be done, Dato’ Prof (Dr) Lau Siu Wai has gone out and proven them wrong — and in the process, made... more »

He’s been down but never out

DATUK Dr Lau Siu Wai is said to be Sarawak’s first private housing developer as well as an avid promoter of education development in Miri. He was born in 1931 in Chaozhou province, China, to an aristocratic family. When the... more »

Finding her voice through music

SINGER-songwriter Sasha Ningkan will head to Japan at the end of next month to perform with fellow Sarawakian Mohammad Noh Salleh — the frontman of Malaysian band Hujan — on the ‘Borneo Kara No Tabibito — Japan Tour’. What started... more »

Roadmap to greater progress for Sibu

THE United People’s Party (UPP) Community Service Board formulated the Rancangan Sibu 1 (RS1) to ensure sustainable development and creation of opportunities for the young people in Sibu. The first of the five-year development plan (2018 to 2022) for the... more »

Positivity is his strong suit

WHAT makes Ehon Chan successful is his positive outlook. Though young — and looking even younger because of his baby face — the 31-year-old is able to see something positive in his daily activities. Rather than complaining, he believes in... more »

From intern to head honcho

IN 1988, Lucas Takip was an intern at Asean Bintulu Fertiliser (ABF) Sdn Bhd, one of the largest fertiliser plants, operated by Petronas, in the Asean region. More than two decades down the road, this local boy from the coastal... more »
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