Beluru — then and now

THE Baram is most famous for birds’ nests and caves since the beginning of the Tang Dynasty, according to some Asian historians. Ill-fated Chinese junks were known to have sunk in the Baram River and the sailors who survived probably... more »

A taste of Sarawak Laksa in Miri

Most tourists landing at the Miri International Airport would ask their taxi drivers about food choices in the Resort City. And it would be quite normal for us cabbies to show them a good “Sarawak Laksa” outlet before driving them... more »

Bau rocks to metal beat

BAU is known for its mining activities in the old days, apart from an open-mine-cast lake and two famous limestone caves. It’s known as “Gold Town” due to its gold-mining history. The lake is called Tasik Biru (Blue Lake), one... more »

Award will uplift university’s name

UNIVERSITY College of Technology Sarawak (UCTS) vice-chancellor Professor Datuk Dr Khairuddin Abdul Hamid sees the conferment of an honorary doctorate on him by University of Essex, United Kingdom (UK) as a way to promote UCTS and Sarawak. Khairuddin believes the... more »
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