Mirian crowned Mrs Chipao queen

MIRIAN Esther Michael, a petroleum geologist from the Sebob community, has brought glory to Sarawak by winning the recent Mrs Chipao (Cheongsam) Malaysia 2018 in Kuala Lumpur. Winning the crown was a complete surprise though as she was only hoping... more »

Are the sands of time running out?

ON a recent day flight back to Kuching from KLIA, I marvelled at the kilometres of pristine beaches on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia and as the plane descended over Borneo Island. Not a thought of tourist developments passed... more »

A passion for making sape

PASSION and patience are needed to make a sape – the traditional musical instrument of the Orang Ulu, particularly the Kayan and Kenyah, according to sape maker Dines Ngau Wan. The boat-shaped string instrument is not complete without a traditional... more »

The turntable wizards

THERE are jobs that look like fun doing – for instance, those of comedians, singers, actors, puppeteers and cartoonists – not forgetting, of course, deejays or disc jockeys. If we aren’t perceptive enough, we may not know what it takes... more »
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