The public is invited to a free talk “Tuloi Kebing, the Great Kejaman Chief of Upper Rejang” organised by Friends of Sarawak Museum (FoSM).
The talk will be held at Cafe' Rouge, No.3 Jalan Green Hill on March
The public are invited to a free talk “Tuked Rini, Cosmic Traveller: mapping out the ideal human being” organised by Friends of Sarawak Museum (FoSM).
It will be held at Telang Usan Hotel, Kuching on
Members of the public are invited to participate in the ‘9-16 Electro Run’, a charity night run being organised by Curtin University, Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) in collaboration with the Miri Marathon Association in conjunction
A successful entrepreneur at 22, Avertino believes that it does not matter how old (or young) you are.
Ff you have the right attitude and strategy, you can be on your way to financial freedom.
For generations the Penan have made a living and maintain a long-term relationship with the land and forest.
In their interactions with the surrounding area, the Penan have left their ‘footprints’ (uban) through a series of former
The Heart of Borneo Highlands Eco Challenge II, an ecotourism event by communities living in the highlands, is still open for registration till end of this month.
Among others, the event will bring participants rare
Go Bald, a head shaving event, is an annual fundraising activity for Malaysian NGO Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS) since 2009.
Each year many brave people all over Sarawak choose to lose their hair during
Laneige’s new line contains lychee and deep sea water to keep skin fundamentally smooth and moisturised
Combination skin, which is usually characterised by dry cheeks and an oily T-zone, is a common skin concern for
The Malaysia state of Sarawak is situated in the island of Borneo, and is part of the Sundaland eco-region, one of the global biodiversity hot spots. The island of Borneo has an outstanding richness
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