Kimbap is a famous Korean delicacy made from rice, various thinly sliced ingredients like fried egg, sausages, cucumber and carrot rolled up in a sheet of seaweed.
The word 'kimbap' literally means seaweed rice as ‘kim’ or ‘gim’
Other than the iconic species like orangutan and rafflesia, the potential of other wildlife species for ecotourism development in Sarawak can and should be further explored.
Sarawak Forestry Corporation’s (SFC) Chief Executive Officer, Wong Ting
One talented Malaysian, Leonard Siaw Quan Cheng from Kuching, Sarawak has certainly done the country proud. The aspiring street artist has emerged tops in a competition jointly organised by Visit Victoria (VV) and Publika
WWF-Malaysia Communications Officer Amanda Nayra took part in a memorable five-day cross-visit to West Kalimantan, Indonesia, with stakeholders from Sarawak Government agencies and community leaders. During this trip, they saw how nature conservation co-exists
Do you know marine litter is one of the most pervasive issues currently facing our rivers, lakes, beaches, and the ocean, from the quality of our drinking water to the health of our communities?
It has been said that every adversity contains within it the seed of opportunity and growth.
It’s almost two years since the earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 richter scale struck Sabah.
For the villagers of
When it comes to food, Kuchingites can get pretty opinionated about what's good to eat and where as we pride ourselves on having the best food around.
Whether it is for breakfast, lunch, dinner of even
Sarawakiana Talk is back!
Join this interesting Sarawakiana Talk on `Kayan/Kenyah Traditional Wedding` by Ding Seling from Majlis Adat Istiadat Sarawak.
Get to know more on the history and uniqueness of the Orang Ulu traditional wedding
iCube Innovation is a Kuching-based incubator innovation centre for Sarawak’s young entrepreneur.
If you are interested in entrepreneurship, self-improvement and business, check out these talks offered by iCube Innovation!
CubeTalk Specials with James Hunt
The Society of Publishers in Asia(SOPA), a Hong Kong-based not-for-profit organization, announced that it has received more than 750 entries in English and Chinese for the SOPA 2017 Awards for Editorial Excellence, a record