Christmas is around the corner! How are your Christmas preparations going on?
In Sarawak, Christmas is not just about having dinner with your loved ones. There are a lot of activities going on around
Paul Carling Rahit, the brain behind the Paul Carling label is a young Kuching-based fashion designer.
He curated the national costume for Malaysian representative Debra Jeanne Poh for the 6th Miss Grand International Pageant in
We're not anti-social; we're just into connecting with each other digitally.
Over the last decade, nightclubs in Kuching have been losing out to the growing number of cafes and coffee bistros.
Kuchingites have come to
In case you are in the mood for something other than kolo mee and laksa....
Until 10 years ago, there were not a lot of places to go if you were looking for indigenous food
We scrolled back through this year's news so that you don't have to.
There are only a few weeks left before this year is over and here are some of the top news in Sarawak
Kuchingites know it is the end of the year when the Second Time Around Books fair is in town.
The annual book fair is famous for offering up to 90% discounts on a wide range
Keeping hydrated in hot weather just doesn't seem enough sometimes, so why not go and have an ABC to cool yourself down?
ABC or ‘Ais Batu Campur’ is a typical ice dessert we all crave
If the Malaysian state of Sarawak had to pick a national vegetable, that veg would definitely be midin. Although cassava leaves give a tight competition, this wild fern certainly takes the title.
In Sarawak, midin
You've heard or read it on the Internet before; nature is one of the best medicines out there. So much so that doctors in Scotland have been authorised to prescribe nature to their patients.
Mee sua (also spelled misua, mee suah or miswa) is a type of noodle made from wheat flour. Originally from Fujian, China, this noodle is can now be found in Taiwan, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam