#KajoPicks: 3 C-drama romances featuring traditional Chinese art to watch

Chinese art is arguably the oldest continuous tradition in the world dating back to 10,000 BC. The earliest form of Chinese art discovered may have only been simple pottery and sculptures, but since then, the Chinese have developed and introduced to the world their iconic paintings, sculptures, ceramics and chinoiserie. Even to

Remembering the attack on Semporna town in 1954

The attack on Semporna town in March 1954 is considered one of the major incidences of Sabah cross-border crimes. A group of 30 armed Filipino pirates with two policemen and four others were killed. The news of the attack travelled fast, especially among European communities. In a news report by Reuters published on

3 things we learn from W.H. Treacher’s British Borneo: Sketches of Brunai, Sarawak, Labuan and North Borneo (1891)

Sir William Hood Treacher (1849-1919) was a British colonial administrator in Borneo and the Straits Settlements. In Selangor, he was at the Anglo Chinese School in Klang on Mar 10, 1893. His career in Borneo started in 1871 when he arrived in Labuan to be the acting Police Magistrate. In 1873, Treacher became