Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (third right) and Sarawak Tourism Board CEO Sharzede Salleh Askor (centre) stopping by BIBCo’s promotional booth during the launch of WAK 2019 Calendar
KUCHING: The Swinburne International Festival is back to take celebrating arts, culture and lifestyle to the next level starting September 30 to October 4, in conjunction with What About Kuching (WAK) 2019.
This festival is
Through a trifecta of events for WAK, NWHR (pronounced “nowhere”) aims to push
the limits of Kuching’s electronic music scene beyond the status quo of simply
being background music for people to get drunk to.
KUCHING: Learn three simple, quick and effective ways to reduce stress immediately in your daily life at TriOne International’s workshop ‘Live, Breathe and Create’ on October 19, 1.30pm to 3.30pm at the Old Court
Malaysian songstress Ning Baizura and Indonesian crooner Harvey Malaihollo will be performing at the Kuching Waterfront Jazz Festival this Friday and Saturday (27th & 28th September) at the MBKS Community Hall.
Other than Ning
In Malaysian history class, we learned that rubber plantations in the country was promoted by an Englishman named Henry Nicholas Ridley (1855-1956).
He was a botanist, naturalist, and geologist who spent most of his
‘Lets WAK The Funny’ to bring fresh faces and fresh laughs
Let’s WAK the Funny features (from left) Jhonney Athie, Niamh Spurr, Brian Tan, Brendan Goh, Hindravel and Juliana Heng.
KUCHING: One of the first