Sarawak had just approved a new constitution in September 1941 - a constitution that would see an end to Brooke autocratic rule and see itself transitioning to self-governance - when the Japanese invaded in
Get swept off your feet with Malaysia’s curious offerings as Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing digital travel platforms, shares an exploration of six fun, quirky things that make Malaysia the truly lovable
Calling out all women living in Kuching area! Did you know that you can take culinary, spa and beauty classes for free at Wisma Wanita Training Centre (WWTC)?
WWTC was officially launched by Datuk
KajoMag traded our pens and laptops for a whisk and a wok to make our own traditional Malaysian cake - kuih cap.
Even if you have never heard of 'kuih cap', you have most probably
If you pass by the roundabout at Jalan Padungan, you will see a clock tower behind the arch. Have you ever wondered about the story behind it?
For most, it is just a simple clock
While Sarawak has firmly established itself as THE place to go for world music, and as a Culture, Adventure and Nature destination (did you know Gunung Mulu National Park was a UNESCO World Heritage
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Social media apps such as Instagram has become a platform for poets to freely
If you have not heard of Dianxi Xiaoge, then you have missed out on something really awesome on the Internet, especially if you're a foodie!
One of the trends on YouTube is making videos of
Keringkam embroidery is a significant artistic heritage for the Sarawak Malay community.
The word ‘keringkam’ comes from the gold or silver thread called clinquant thread used to embroider motifs on shawls and headscarves.
KUCHING, Feb 7: Sarawak’s March calendar is set to start off with some glitz and glamour this year with the inaugural three-day fashion and lifestyle event, Alta Moda Sarawak (AMS).
Designers Sher Lo (top left),